The Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE) Manipal, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the International Committee of the Red Cross -Geneva on sharing knowledge in niche areas where both partners look forward to multiple areas of collaboration.
The MoU was signed in Manipal on August 2, a release from the Academy said here today.
The ICRC would, for the first time in the sub-continent, share its experience on 'weapon wounded in surgery,' a module designed for post-graduates and faculty in surgery and allied specialties.
Other areas of co-operation proposed were joint conferences and seminars, innovations and humanitarian forensics, the release said.
The Indian delegation that represented ICRC-Geneva included deputy medical co-ordinator Dr Anjum Soni, finance and administration chief Ashish Arora and innovation programme officer Sushil Mate, the release said.
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