Graduates of Barentu Associate Nursing School express resolve to contribute their share in ensuring health of the society
The Barentu Associate Nurses who graduated on March 23 expressed their resolve to contribute their share in ensuring the health of the society.
Barentu, 27 March 2012- The Barentu Associate Nurses who graduated on March 23 expressed their resolve to contribute their share in ensuring the health of the society.
Appreciating the opportunity they were provided in safeguarding their future stated that they would double fold their effort to pay back the people and Government that gave them the chance of free education.
From the graduates Ms. Jemila Osman and Ms. Ruth Araia explained that they have been able to comprehend bright future with the skill they have acquired and that they are ready to contribute their share with what they have learned.
Ms. Rozina Libasu and Ms. Nahla Mohammed-Nur on their part said that the establishment of different schools in which the youth could receive vocational training is a vivid example for the Government’s special attention on the youth, and that they would upgrade their skills and serve their people and Government earnestly.
Likewise, Ms. Senbetu Estifanos and Mr. Kalid Abdella indicated that the theoretical and practical training they received would enable them to work with self-confidence.
The graduates also expressed that medical profession is directly linked with life and that through developing experience they would work hard to bring an impact on the ground.