Japan Agency Might Soon Set-Up 400 Bedded Teaching Hospital In Kohima, Says Nagaland Health Minister

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The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) might soon set-up a 400-bedded teaching hospital in Kohima, as announced by state Health & Family Welfare Minister, S Pangnyu Phom.

Phom declared of attending a meeting with the JICA officials – India office team in New Delhi.

Sponsored under JICA Rolling Plan for the fund assistance, the organization aims to promote sustainable growth with less disparity, without causing any harm to environment.

According to Phom, this project will be beneficial in bringing a change for Nagaland community welfare.

The Minister has also thanked Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (MoHFW), Department of Economic Affairs (DEA), National Institution for Transforming India (NITI) Aayog, and Department of Development of North Eastern Region (DoNER) & Line Ministries for providing all valuable support to strengthen the healthcare system of Nagaland.

“This project will be beneficial for bringing a change for the Nagaland community welfare. Thanks to MOHFW, DEA, NITI Aayog, DoNER Ministries & Line Ministries for providing the valuable support for strengthening the healthcare system of Nagaland.” – tweeted by the Health Minister.

He has also expressed his gratitude for IQVIA Nagaland project team for providing continuous support, thereby connecting with JICA, and supporting with technical help to develop the Detailed Project Report (DPR) and project implementation.

“I also would like to thank the IQVIA Nagaland project team for providing the continuous support and connecting with JICA, technical support to develop the DPR and project implementation.” – he tweeted.

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