September 27, 2023

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Mauritius: Rwanda’s Minister of ICT and Innovation Satisfies Mauritian Health and fitness Minister

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The Minister of Data Conversation Engineering and Innovation (ICT) of the Republic of Rwanda, Ms Paula Ingabire, achieved with the Minister of Well being and Wellness, Dr Kailesh Kumar Singh Jagutpal, this early morning, in Port Louis. She was accompanied by the Minister of Information Technologies, Interaction and Innovation, Mr Darsanand Balgobin.

The Rwandan ICT and Innovation Minister is in Mauritius in the context of the Cyber4Dev African Cyber Resilience Conference being held from 25 to 27 April 2022 at Hennessy Park Lodge in Ebène. The occasion is organised in collaboration with Cyber4Dev Team, a programme funded by the European Union, aimed at safeguarding public and non-public enterprises throughout international locations in Asia and Africa versus cyber threats.

In a statement adhering to the assembly, Minister Jaguptal underlined that discussions focused on the way Mauritius could attract on the example of Rwanda in applying its e-Well being undertaking. He recalled that though the Ministry was doing work on the introduction of E-health and fitness, Rwanda experienced carried out a electronic well being transformation tactic.

The Minister also talked of the proposal of Ms Ingabire to maintain a video conference, before long, beneath the guidance of the United Nations Enhancement Programme, to take a look at the demands with a view to enabling Mauritius to understand from the ordeals of Rwanda about the e-Wellness challenge. “This initiative can help Mauritius to take a sizeable step forward in direction of the implementation of the e-Wellness undertaking,” affirmed Dr Jagutpal.

As for the Rwandan ICT Minister, she highlighted that equally nations preferred to use digital systems and leverage ICT in the way to change the wellbeing care programs. She stated that Rwanda experienced made enormous investments concerning well being treatment, mainly in infrastructure, and now in programs, citing the use of drones to deliver blood and health care merchandise to rural and remote wellness treatment amenities in her region.