The Asmara College of Health Science and Technology graduated on 2 July 367 students in different fields of study.
Asmara, 04 July 2016- The Asmara College of Health Science and Technology graduated on 2 July 367 students in different fields of study. 40% of the graduates are females. 124 of the students graduated in Degree and 243 in Diploma.
At the graduation ceremony conducted at the Asmara University premises, Prof. Tadesse Mehari, Executive Director of the Commission of Higher Board of Education, congratulated the students on the special day of their education.
The Dean of the Asmara College of Health Science and Technology, Dr. Ghidei Gebrehannes pointed out that the college has registered a commendable progress in terms of upgrading the human resources development and thus improving the health care services nationwide. He further called on the graduates to live up to the people’s expectations.
Noting that the Government is giving utmost priority to ensuring the health of the society, Ms. Amina Nur-Husein, the Minister of Health, indicated that the graduates assigned to the different parts of the country are significantly contributing to the improvement of the health care provision to the society.
The Minister further called on the graduates to serve their people with honesty and dedication.
The graduates on their part expressed appreciation for the opportunity they were provided and reiterated readiness to live up to expectations.
The Asmara College of Health Science and Technology has so far graduated 2,950 students since its establishment in 1999.