97 students who completed a one-year course in Associate Nursing graduated with certificate today in Ginda.
Ginda, 31 March 2012 – 97 students who completed a one-year course in Associate Nursing graduated with certificate today in Ginda.
Mr. Michael Jahray, director of the Ginda Associate Nursing School, said in a speech he delivered on the occasion that some of the students joined the school from Warsai-Yikealo Secondary School while the rest have backgrounds in different institutions and military administrations in the Northern Red Sea region.
Sister Kidusan Abraha, coordinator of the associate nursing school, said on her part that the associate nursing schools in Asmara, Ginda, Barentu and Mendefera to ensure extended medical services while creating educational and job opportunities have graduated a total of 2,360 students out of which 1,459 are females.
Mr. Berhane Gebretinsae, Director General of health services in the Ministry of Health explained that the Government has managed to reduce the prevailing child and mother mortality rate and the level of infection of communicable diseases through the effective work carried out on the part of the health facilities put in place in various corners of the country.
A representative of the graduating batch expressed the group’s readiness to serve the people with dedication.
From the graduates, Fatima Mahmoud and Ibrahim Osman voiced conviction that the Government’s steady focus on the remote areas is exemplary as regards upgrading the livelihood of citizens.