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China's First Internet + Early Childhood Development Action Alliance was Launched in Wuhan
2017-09-12 07:11:10

    On August 25, the Internet + Early Childhood Development Action Alliance was established in WUSM. Professor Dai Yaohua , Director of China Preventive Medicine Association Child Health Care Branch presided over the opening ceremony; Professor Zhang Wenkang, the former Minister of Health, the current Lifetime Honorary President of Maternal and Child Health Care of China Association, Ruan Lijian, Deputy Director of Health and Family Planning Commission of Hubei Province, Tang Qizhu, President of  Wuhan University People's Hospital addressed the conference respectively; Jiang Ming, Deputy Secretary of the Party Working Committee of WUSM hosted the conference.

    The "Internet + Early Childhood Development Action Alliance" was officially launched at the conference. It is a non-official, unincorporated cooperative organization, serving the "Internet + early development of children". The alliance was co-initiated by the Maternal and Child Health Care of China Association's Early Childhood Development Professional Committee, Wuhan University's Data Research Centre for Child Health and the Royal Australian Maternal and Child Health and Welfare Association. The alliance aims to introduce and promote appropriate technology, optimize the innovative service model, carry out scientific research collaboration, promote early childhood development work. It boosts the implementation of national early childhood development strategy.

    It is reported that the alliance launched an initiative to hold the public welfare activity "Caring Early Development of children in poverty-stricken area of Hubei Province". It provides a series of services for the newborn in the poor mountain areas.  

    QQ图片20170831092143_副本.jpgWang Jinsong, researcher of Woman and Child Care Branch of Health and Family Planning Commission of Hubei Province; Huang Tao, director of Health and Family Planning Commission of Wuhan City; Robert Mills, CEO of Tresillian Maternal and Child Care Centre; Bian Guangwei, CEO of Beijing 06Care Health Technology and other 300 guests from medical education, business and media circle attended the conference. (Author: Song Min, Wu Xia)