The MoU signed between the MSPBS and the Stirling University will serve to implement a program for scientific, technological and educational cooperation in the areas of health and public administration accredited by the Paraguayan National Institute of Health (INS).
The launch of the project and signing of the MoU took place at the MSPBS in Asunción with the presence of Minister Julio Mazzoleni, Chargé d’Affaires of the British Embassy, John Davie, and Professor Ross Collins, coordinator of Inova Education in Paraguay and Uruguay. Representatives of the University of Stirling were also in attendance via video call.
The MoU aims to facilitate projects for the elaboration and development of civil servants of the MSPBS through exchange programs; educational activities, including MBAs; and scientific and technological research in public health.
Regarding the agreement, Chargé d’Affaires John Davie said:
Scotland, and the UK more broadly, has much to offer with regard to education and training in these areas. The British Embassy is delighted to support this MoU.
Professor Ross Collins said:
This MoU introduces Paraguay to world-leading education to strengthen management in public health and to train Paraguayan academics.
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