Yeju Co., Ltd. (Chairman Byung-Yeol Kim) and Goalin International (CEO Jin-Hyun Kwon) held a meeting with the organizations affiliated with the ISEA Foundation on March 17th. We discussed ways to guarantee emergency medical rights that are the most threatened by the world pandemic.
On this day, the executives of Yeju Co., Ltd. discussed with the foundation how to establish a facility of a scale capable of producing sufficient relief supplies and a financial system that can distribute them efficiently.
In addition, Yeju added that 'Goal-in Hwan,' which the company is now focusing on, could serve as a solution for lifting people out of a situation where they are not guaranteed with their Survival Human Rights due to drug addiction. They also requested the foundation to come up with proactive measures for this problem. Yeju emphasized the fact that, drug addicts suffers from double trouble because there is still a lack of specialized antidote and cure types and it is difficult to obtain them. This product is an herbal detoxifier that enables drug detoxification without withdrawal symptoms and helps liver detoxification. This product is an herbal detoxifier that enables drug detoxification without withdrawal symptoms and helps liver detoxification. It is a product that has completed clinical trials at Seoul National University and has already been approved by the LA Drug Center and FDA in the United States as well as in Korea, and can be exported to countries suffering from drugs. In Korea, it is prescribed as a remedy through the prescription of an KMD(Korean Medical Doctor).
"In order to guarantee emergency medical care, which is the third of the seven elements of Survival Human Rights, we have decided to provide benefits using the Mobidollar Fund to patients in need of treatment for drug addiction problems and other addictions in each country. In addition, all executives and staff members including Chairman Byung-Yeol Kim decided to actively participate," "ISEA Foundation Chairman Kim said. He also urged governments and international organizations to be interested in the sideline event, which was organized with the approval of the United Nations Economic and Social Council.