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September 21, 2022

Former President Clinton and Kevin Xu Announced New Initiative

  From September 19 to 20, 2022 ET, the 2022 Annual Meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) and the 77th United Nations General Assembly were held in New York. More than 1000 distinguished guests from all walks of life attended the event, including Bill Clinton, the founder of the Clinton Foundation; Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Secretary General of WHO; NgoziOkonjo-Iweala, Secretary General of the World Trade Organization. Kevin Xu, Chairman of the Board of Directors of MEBO Group, was invited again to discuss how to solve the problem of global poverty, how to reduce emissions, how to give charitable donations in a more equitable way, how to ensure the healthy growth of children, and how to protect the rights of women around the world.
  From 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on September 20, a grand closing ceremony themed on "Taking Action Together" was held, in which a series of important international actions were released, pushing the Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting to a climax. Kevin Xu witnessed the announcement of the new initiative by President Clinton. Clinton said that MEBO Group, known for its regenerative medical technology, was committed to providing online training on burns, wounds and ulcers management for many years. MEBO Group also provided medical resources and equipment to improve the local capacity in coping with emergencies.
  MEBO Group's new initiative "Mending European: Empowering the Establishment of European Regeneration Network" attracted extensive attention again. MEBO Group once again joined hands with the Clinton Foundation to empower the establishment of regeneration network and promote the economic and social revival of Europe in face of unprecedented lack of food, energy and economic crisis. In addition to large-scale doctor training, the initiative would also provide training courses in disaster relief, donate medical resource and popularize wound care knowledge. On the one hand, it could help to improve the level of European regenerative medical technology; on the other hand, it also provided help for Europe to alleviate the refugee crisis, respond to emergencies and natural disasters, and form a unified mechanism for public health prevention and control. 
  MEBO Group would continue to take action to build a better world based on diversified, equitable and inclusive partnership.
  The Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) was established by Bill Clinton, a former President of the United States, in 2005. It was dedicated to convening global leaders to formulate and implement solutions to solve the most pressing challenges in the world. So far, CGI members had launched more than 3700 action initiatives, benefiting 435 million people in more than 180 countries around the world.