The Food and Drug Administration of Taiwan (TFDA) as a global medical device regulatory leader, has always been an active member of Asian Harmonization Working Party (AHWP) contributing towards the international regulatory harmonization of medical device among the AHWP countries.
Pacific Islands Leadership Program with Taiwan wrapped up Dec. 4 in Taipei City, underscoring the government’s commitment to working with like-minded partners such as the U.S. in advancing sustainable development throughout the region.
The International E-waste Management Network Workshop kicked off Dec. 2 in Bangkok, underscoring the commitment of co-hosts Taiwan and the U.S. to building global capacity while promoting U.N. Sustainable Development Goals and Agenda 2030.
An Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation roundtable on spurring private sector involvement in advancing marine sustainability wrapped up Dec. 3 in Taipei City.
The International Ocean Forum on Southeast Asia wrapped up Nov. 27 in southern Taiwan’s Kaohsiung City, spotlighting the government’s commitment to fast-tracking development of the country’s marine industries while deepening cooperation with New Southbound Policy target countries.
To narrow the digital gap among new immigrants, the National Immigration Agency, MOI has been providing equal-opportunities for new immigrants and organized & implemented the “Equal-Opportunity Digital Learning Platform for New Immigrants “and “The Program of Assuring Broadband Internet Access for New Immigrants” hoping to increase broadband internet access for new immigrants, and build a new digital life for them.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs releases short film ‘Riding the Wind’, on Taiwan’s implementation of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
In order to galvanize friendly voices in the international community to call for Taiwan’s participation at this year’s UNFCCC Conference of Parties, which will open on December 2 in Madrid, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs published the short film ‘Riding the Wind’ on November 25.
The Workshop on Good Energy Governance in the Indo-Pacific held under the Taiwan-U.S. Global Cooperation and Training Framework kicked off Nov. 20 in Taipei City.
Implementing the New Southbound Policy “Regional Agricultural Development” project; Taiwan and the Philippines hold harvest event at the Button Mushroom Demonstration farm in Baguio
The harvest activity was hosted by the Philippines’ Department of Agriculture in Baguio, and attended by a Taiwanese delegation led by COA Deputy Minister Huang Chin-cheng. While there, Deputy Minister Huang stated that in the future the two sides will use technological integration and full-farm duplication to spread the demo farm model all over the Philippines.
Supported by the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) and the Taiwan International Ports Corporation, the Port of Keelung was certified by the European Sea Port Organization (ESPO) as an EcoPort for the third consecutive time on October 29th. Most of the 114 EcoPorts in 25 countries around the world are in Europe. Taiwan is currently the only country in Asia with EcoPort-certified ports, setting an example for other countries and ports in the region.