The 18 participants of the Education for Hope program have been "White Flagged with honor" by the local Kaberamaido Community as they leave for their fall 2019 semester. During the summer, the nursing students volunteered their time at the local hospital and clinics assisting with medical procedures. Determined to change the current healthcare system. Some students provided home health care when an individual was unable to travel to the local healthcare facility.
For 8 new students, this semester in a Certificated Nursing or Midwifery program will affect their lives and future. The decision to participate in the Education for Hope program will provide each student with the opportunity to develop professional skills. Creating a sustainable knowledge base that will ensure their economic self- sufficiency and personal well- being.
We are very proud of each student for their diligence and dedication for education, this decision to leave their home and community will have a lasting effect.
We are committed to healthcare education. The vision for Education for Hope is to increase the population of young people furthering their education in the field of nursing. The fundamental result is to improve the healthcare system in the country of Uganda and provide the opportunity to enrich and enhance lives through healthcare education in a nursing profession.
The Education for Hope Foundation has made an impact! Thank you to all of our friends and family who have donated to our program. Your thoughtfulness 2care2change is greatly appreciated.
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