DINM seeks collaboration from Kyrgyz experts.

KARACHI -- A group of health professionals from Kyrgyzstan on Friday visited the Dow Institute of Nursing and Midwifery (DINM) where they discussed the potential for collaboration with their counterparts in Karachi.

The delegation was given a detailed briefing about the institute's robust and comprehensive curriculum and its training facilities.

Later, Prof Rubina Hafeez, heading the institute, held a meeting with experts and shared the facility's progress over the years.

She was of the opinion that the prospect for collaboration in developing nursing education between Kyrgyzstan and Pakistan was quite promising and that the Dow University was prepared to broaden its collaboration for nursing education.

She also expressed the hope that as part of the cooperation between the two countries, the Dow institute might send...

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