Mindray Attends China-Africa Ministerial Conference
From Commitment to Action
Vice Premier Liu Yandong of China is paying official visit to South Africa from April 24 to 27 to deepen mutual understanding between the two nations, and to enhance cooperation in areas such as health, education, science and technology.
Vice Premier Liu Yandong giving openning speech at the China-Africa Ministerial Conference on Health Cooperation
On the first day of her state visit, Vice Premier Liu attended the China-Africa Ministerial Conference on Health Cooperation themed "From Commitment to Action". Over 30 Health Ministers across Africa, UN officials, WHO officials, and industry representatives discussed the prospect and fruitful practical cooperation between China and Africa during the conference.
During the opening speech, Liu expressed China's willingness to continue health aid and training to Africa. She also encouraged Chinese medical and pharmaceutical companies to come to Africa and bring accessible healthcare to the people here.
The conference was attended by Health Ministers from 31 African countries as well as senior UN and WHO officials and industry representatives
Mindray representatives on behalf of the company as a pioneering enterprise in the healthcare industry actively engaged in China-Africa cooperation
Mindray representatives attended the conference on behalf of the company as China's leading medical solution provider and important contributor to the China-South Africa cooperation in the healthcare provision. As a leading player in the medical equipment industry, Mindray is bringing its African engagment from commitment to action with practical contribution to healthcare in Africa.
Jason Wang, General Manager of Mindray Africa, exchanged insights with Health Ministers during panel discussion
Jason Wang, General Manger of Mindray Africa, exchanged insights into healthcare in Africa with Health Minisiters from 31 African countries during panel discussion. Investing in and extending services to the African continent for 15 years, Mindray has established four subsidiaries in South Africa, Kenya, Egypt and Nigeria, providing products and services to all African countries.
Mindray bases its Africa strategy on the practical needs of customers, embracing first-rate quality and services to provide African caregivers with the solutions that best fit their demands. As a long-term trusted partner to Health Ministries and local medical communities, Mindray's products are widely used by both public and private hospitals, as well as NGOs across the continent.
Jason Wang with UNAIDS Executive Director Michel Sidibé
Mindray representatives conversing upon pressing challenges of African governments and caregivers with Health Ministers
With the joint efforts of governments and industry leaders, the Comprehensive Strategic Partnership between China and Africa has been gaining momentum. Mindray will continue its active Africa engagement, envisioning a better future together with deeper understanding and practical strategies that bring commitment to action.