THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: To showcase various public health activities under AYUSH system in the state at the global level and to strengthen the grassroots level presence of AYUSH, a five-day International AYUSH Conclave (IAC) will be conducted at Kanakakkunnu, here on February 15.
As many as 3,000 delegates representing 50 countries are expected to attend the first International Ayush Conclave — Kerala (IAC-Kerala) which will open at the Kanakakkunnu Palace here on February 15.
The four-day event would showcase ayurveda, naturopathy, yoga, unani, siddha and homoeopathy and various other traditional systems in vogue in Kerala, Health Minister K.K. Shylaja said here on Wednesday.
Governor P. Sathasivam will inaugurate it on February 15. The IAC-Kerala 2019 is organised by the Department of Ayush, Kerala, and the National Ayush Mission-Kerala.
Seminars, an Arogya expo and international trade fair, a good food conclave, farmers’ meet, and an exhibition on medicinal herbs would be conducted as part of the event, the Minister said.
“The event is aimed at enhancing the presence of Ayush systems and to draw global attention to them,” Ms. Shylaja said.
The IAC will become a platform for the global AYUSH community to develop and evolve discussions for better policy-making and industrial standards in AYUSH systems.
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Courtesy:- International AYUSH CONCLAVE FB Page, The Hindu