Massawa, 17 September 2020 – In its 8th commencement, Gindae School of Assistant Nurses graduated 93 students including 28 males.
During the graduation ceremony conducted today, 17 September, the director of the school, Mr. Micael Jahray said that the theoretical and practical training lasted 18 months and that most graduates were members of the 31st round national service with a matriculation result for certificate program as well as members of the police and EDF.
Coordinator of Schools for Assistant Nurses, Sister Alganesh Teklegergish on her part stating that huge investment is being made in human development as part of the effort in ensuring social welfare called on the graduates to serve with diligence the people and government that educated them.
Noting that human development is a priority to sustainable development and the Ministry of Health, Dr. Berhane Debru, Director General of Policy, Planning and Human Development at the Ministry of Health, congratulated the trainers and trainees for successfully completing the training respecting the guidelines to combat the spread of COVID-19 pandemic.
The representative of the graduates on his part thanking the people and Government of Eritrea for the opportunity expressed the graduates’ readiness to serve with all diligence.