Bawumia Unveils First Islamic Nursing Training College in Ghana

Bawumia Unveils First Islamic Nursing Training College in Ghana

  • Vice-President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has unveiled the first Islamic Nursing Training College at Aplaku in Accra, Ghana
  • He was joined by the leadership of the Ahlus Sunnah wal Jamaa from Ghana and Nigeria for the opening ceremony in Accra on Saturday, March 19
  • The establishment was built through a joint effort from members of Ahlus Sunnah wal Jamma, with support from benevolent donors

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Vice-President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia has unveiled the first Islamic Nursing Training College in Ghana at Aplaku in the capital Accra on Saturday, March 19.

He was joined by the leadership of the Ahlus Sunnah wal Jamaa from Ghana and Nigeria for the opening ceremony.

Even though Ghana has over 90 public nursing training colleges across the country, they are inadequate to meet the growing admission demands of senior high school (SHS) graduates.

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Vice-President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia
Bawumia Unveils First Islamic Nursing Training College in Ghana. Photo credit: Bawumia
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The private sector, especially faith-based organisations, have played leading roles in complementing the government's efforts at expanding access to nursing training by establishing nursing schools.

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Vice-President Bawumia said in a Facebook post that the Islamic Nursing Training School will offer more admission opportunities to young Ghanaians aspiring to be nurses.

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YEN.com.gh previously reported that Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, has launched the Ghana Shea Landscape Emission Reductions Project, GLSERP, to rejuvenate and boost shea farming in the country.

The $54.5 million project aims to lessen the effects of climate change on the fragile ecosystem of the Northern Savannah Landscape, as well as improve the shea value chain, especially for the women engaged in the entire value chain.

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During the unveiling ceremony, the vice-president called on the chiefs and people of the Northern Regions, especially farmers, to ''own it'' and ensure the project's success.

Bawumia Launches e-Travel Card for Public officials

Meanwhile, Dr Bawumia outdoored the e-Travel Card to facilitate the cashless disbursement of travel allowance for public officials.

The innovation means the era where government officials received payments for their local and foreign trips is coming to an end.

The e-Travel Card is expected to deliver several benefits, including the elimination of the risk of carrying cash, deliver transparency, and ease of accountability, among others.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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