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Here are recent updates from a number of our nursing graduates. There is a great demand for qualified nurses and midwives in Afghanistan, and a student can find good work once they have graduated:
Fariba works in the Afghan India Hospital in the Laboratory section where she examines 175 patients daily.
Sayda works in the Mirwise Wardak Clinic in the delivery ward where she delivers 9 babies in month .
Rushan is working in the French hospital in the emergency room; she take care of 90 patients a day.
Fatima works in the Ibn- e- Sina hospital as an admin assistant and she takes care of 35-40 patients by dressing wounds and giving.
Sayda workings at the Faisal Hospital in the pharmacy section and she is helps the doctors during operations. In a recent month she attended 3 operations and distributed 155 patients’ medicine.
Jamila is a kindergarten health nurse. She provides first aid health care.
Farida is working in Amarkhail Clinic in the delivery section. She delivers about 20-25 babies a month in the morning and works in physiotherapy section in the afternoon
Lena and Shaima are working for AIL as Health Trainers. They teach reproductive health and other and health workshops and teaches the nursing course.
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