MOFA Set to Recruit Local NGOs to Join Int'l InterAction Forum 2016

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MOFA Set to Recruit Local NGOs to Join Int'l InterAction Forum 2016


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TAIPEI, Taiwan--The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) on Thursday called on local nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) to join an annual international NGO forum to be held in April in the U.S. to gain firsthand information on international trends in the region.

Speaking during a news briefing, Shen Wen-chiang ([...]), deputy director-general of MOFA's Department of NGO International Affairs, said his department is now recruiting local NGOs to join the annual InterAction Forum to be held from April 18 to 20 in Washington D.C.

As part of its ongoing efforts, the ministry is inviting local NGOs to join the Taiwanese delegation at the forum. Those who wish to join the delegation should visit the website www.taiwanngo.tw to submit their applications. The application deadline falls on Jan. 23, he noted.

The ministry will invite a panel of juries to screen applicants and hold an English-language interview next month in order to pick 10 representatives to join the delegation, Shen said.

According to Shen, applicants must be R.O.C. citizens who have served in Taiwanese NGOs and have been recommended by their NGO for participation.

The delegation is particularly targeting NGO representatives specialized in areas of international humanitarian, social welfare and public health issues, as well as those who work with infants, juveniles and pregnant women. …

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