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Ginda School of Assistant Nurses graduate 62 students

The Ginda School of Assistant Nurses graduated on 1 June 62 Assistant Nurses trained for one year.

Ginda, 2 June 2013- The Ginda School of Assistant Nurses graduated on 1 June 62 Assistant Nurses trained for one year.

Mr. Michael Jahrai, director of the school, said that the Assistant Nurses graduated every year from the school are contributing their level best in ensuring health of the society.

He further noted that the school has currently introduced modern medical equipment and a library that are contributing in the capacity building of students.

Sister Kudusan Abraha, inspector of Nursing Schools in regions, expressed that producing able health professionals and distribution of equal health services to the society are areas the Ministry of

Health is giving priority. She further called on graduates to apply their profession practically on the ground with dedication.

Representative of the graduates on her part indicated that they have acquired necessary skill through theoretical and practical training and that they would live up to expectations in serving the society. 

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