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Agordat: Internees from Banentu Associate Nursing School express readiness to serve with high dedication

Students from Barentu Associate Nursing School who are engaged in internship in Agordat Hospital asserted that they would serve communities with dedication through translating the knowledge they have acquired into practice. Barentu, 24 April 2014 – Students from Barentu Associate Nursing School who are engaged in internship in Agordat Hospital asserted that they would serve communities with dedication through translating the knowledge they have acquired into practice.

Among the internees, Winta Girmai and Afrah Ismail indicated that the hospital has provided them with the groundwork  for practical exposure which is a vital prerequisite for raising their knowledge, and assured that they are exerting efforts to demonstrate dependable professional competence.

Likewise, Edil Bahlibi and Menen Ambrojen expressed appreciation for the manner the practical work is being conducted.

Dr. Hayelom Kidane, director of the hospital, pointed out that there exist a total of 20 females among the internees, and called on the entire graduating class to focus on career development.

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