A total of 98 students, 57 of whom are females, graduated in certificate this week from the School of Associate Nursing in Mendefera.
Mendefera, 11 June 2013 – A total of 98 students, 57 of whom are females, graduated in certificate this week from the School of Associate Nursing in Mendefera.
Speaking at the graduation ceremony, Mr. Yosef Zemichael, director of the school, expressed satisfaction with the overall academic achievement of the batch, and called on the graduates to serve the people with dedication. He further disclosed that the Ministry of Health has constructed a new building with a view to accommodating an Assembly Hall and cafeteria.
Ms. Kidusan Abraha, coordinator of Associate Nursing schools, indicated on her part that there exist such schools in the majority of the Administrative regions, and that around 3,000 students have so far graduated from them. She also called on the graduates to demonstrate commitment in their career.
Mr. Yemane Haile, head of human resource development policy and planning at the Ministry, pointed out that health-bound professions generally demand individual commitment and seriousness as they are directly related to life, and equally called on the graduates to prove excellence in their profession.
A representative of the graduates on his part voiced the batch’s readiness to translate into deeds the knowledge they have acquired.