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Brawijaya University Aids for Palestine

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Submit by denok on January 05, 2018 | Comment(s) : 0 | View : 900

UB's year end reflection in front of journalists
UB's year end reflection in front of journalists
Brawijaya University plans to provide concrete support for Palestine in form of "Peace Scholarship". The scholarship will be provided for government employees of the Palestine State for further study in Master and Doctoral Program at Brawijaya University. In addition, training also provided in areas of cattle and goat breeding development towards the Palestinians either in refugee camps or Palestine area. This regard was delivered by Rector Prof. Dr. Ir. Mohammad Bisri, MS in front of journalists in an event so-called Brawijaya University Year-End Reflection, Friday (29/Dec/2017).

Also accompanied in the occasion, Vice Rector on Planning and Partnership Affairs Dr. Ir. Sasmito Djati, MS. The Biology Lecturer delivered that previously his expert staff already had a visit to Palestine. "We are committed to provide non-military assistance in form of scholarship, education, farming and health," said the Vice Rector. In areas of health, Brawijaya University is going to organize a program so-called "Doctors and Nurses to Serve" in order to provide aids in health and medical training for Palestinians in refugee camps. The assistance is a form Brawijaya University consistency along with the government and the people of Palestine in fighting for its freedom and rights.

In domestic politics, dealing with future political years either Local Elections, Legislative Election or Presidential Election, Brawijaya University states to be neutral. Although the Rector affirmed, his campus opens political discussions and a forum for political discourse that is academic, neutral and objective.

Other areas which also become attention in year-end reflection was food security. In order to support food security program initiated by the government, Brawijaya University invited its alumni to return to the villages and helping farmers. Agricultural development will be conducted starts from nurseries up to distribution in collectors so as hopefully will provide maximum agricultural yield.

Other areas to discuss were Legal and Human Rights and also health. [Denok/Humas UB/trans. Denok]

 

 

 

 

 

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