16 December 2012

Eritrea: Students of School of Assistant Nurses in Barentu Express Readiness to Ensure Community Health

Barentu — Students of Barentu School of Assistant Nurses expressed resolve to ensure the health of the community applying the training they recieved in the domain of health profession.

Expressing satisfaction with the training they are being provided that would ultimately improve their livelihood they indicated that they would repay the Government and people that provided them the opportunity.

Habtom Tareke and Ashaba Stna Ahmed explained that the training they receive in class has opened the opportunity of exchanging their experience with each other that would enable them upgrade their skill.

Semira Musa and Issa Ahmed on their part expressed readiness to contribute their part after completion of the training and that they would repay the Government and people that provided them free education.

Mr. Bereket Goitom, Director of the school, indicated that graduates from the school who have been assigned to different areas are contributing their level best in filling the shortage of health professionals and that this year the school is conducting its regular activity admitting 75 students.

The Barentu School of Assistant Nurses which was established in 2005 has already graduated 640 students.

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