Commonwealth Secretary General in Banjul
Apr 24, 2012, 2:17 PM
A medical team comprising as many as 30 doctors, dentists, and senior nurses from Taiwan Root Medical Peace Corps (TRMPC), a Taiwanese NGO, is scheduled to arrive in The Gambia on 18 February 2010. During their stay in the country, the team will offer free medical services to Gambians, a media dispatch from the Taiwanese embassy revealed.
TRMPC, founded in 1995 by Dr. LIU, Chi-Chun, is a private and non-profit organization in
Over the years, TRMPC has provided medical services to the people of many countries in Africa, Asia and
Their first trip to The Gambia was made in 2003, and more than 3,200 Gambian patients benefited from their services at that time.
The Taiwanese medical would provide free medical and dental services to the Gambian people at the following places and dates:
On Saturday February 20th 2010 at
The medical corps would on Tuesday 23rd work at
The team would on the 25th February work at
Meanwhile, those interested in knowing more about this opportunity and services should contact the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare and the Embassy of the Republic of China on