Jeju Province is set to establish a natural healing center in Mandal, a district of Selenge Province in northern Mongolia.
The center, which will be built inside the National Hospital, will offer moxibustion, cupping, taping, and massage therapies.
To help establish the center, the 9th Division Jeju Peace Volunteers will visit Mongolia from August 22 to 30. After a six-week practice period here, the volunteers will paint the walls and offer their medical services to the Mandal public.
They will also choose locals who wish to be trained as health practitioners. Those who complete the training course will receive a certificate and then be authorized to provide certain medical services themselves.
Jeju Province also has plans to invite the trainees to Jeju to receive further education so that they might offer continued services in Mongolia.
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