Ghinda School of Nurses on 10 January graduated with certificate 77 students, out of which 44 female students, who took practical and theoretical training for 10 months.
Massawa, 11 January 2015- Ghinda School of Nurses on 10 January graduated with certificate 77 students, out of which 44 female students, who took practical and theoretical training for 10 months.
In a speech he delivered during the occasion, Mr. Micael Jahrai, Director of the school, indicated that the training program began in 2013 at Ghinda and Gejeret Schools of Nurses, and that the trainees have taken practical training at Hospital Halibet, Orota Maternity Hospital, Ghinda Referral Hospital, Freselam and Godaif health centers.
Sister Qudusan Abraha, coordinator of regional assistance nurses training centers, said that the objective of the training is to supply health centers with required human resources, and called on the graduates to live up to expectations.
Likewise the representative of the graduates explained that the profession requires constant skill upgrading, and called on the sustainability of the training program.
Dr. Berhane Debru, head of Planning and Human Resources Development at the Ministry of Health, on his part stated that the internationally set plan of the Millennium Development Goal will come to an end in 2015, and that Eritrea has gained international acclamation for its efforts to reduce the mother and child mortality rate and the prevalence of communicable diseases in accordance with the Millennium Development Goal.
Reports indicate that so far the Ghinda School of Assistant Nurses has graduated 478 students.