Ambassador Ahmed Al Ansary: “ At the ministry of Foreign Affairs, we are proud to be collaborating with 57357 and committed to facilitate this training program as a contribution to improving Healthcare in Africa
Dr. Hala Zayed, operations manager, 57357 Training Academy, “ We rejoice over the completion of the training and looking forward for more trainees, appreciating the Ministry’s constant support and patronage.
Trainees: ‘We are delighted with our training experience in 57357, looking forward to putting all the acquired knowledge into action in our countries”
Under the patronage of the ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Egyptian Agency of Partnership for development, EAPD, and within the framework of 57357’s collaboration program within the African continent, 20 nurses from 20 African countries completed their 57357 training academy based training. Training sessions were carried out by Egyptian professionals within the Hospital’s nursing team. The celebration featuring the delivery of completion certificates to trainees, was attended by Dr, Hala Zayed, operations manager of 57357’s Health sciences Training Academy, Ms.Nema Fouad, Hospital 57357’s deputy director for nursing affairs and Ambassador Ahmed Al Ansari, as representative of Ambassador Hazem Fahmi, the head of the Egyptian Agency of Partnership for development.
Dr. Zayed addressed the audience with these words: “ it is our pleasure to have you here, and we promise to provide more training programs through the 57357 academy. We are grateful to the Egyptian ministry of foreign affairs for facilitating the traveling and stay of trainees and for their continuous support to promote the cooperation between Egypt and the African countries.
Ms. Fouad welcomed the trainees and wished them success, hoping that the training was up to their expectations and that they would have the opportunity to apply what they have learned in their own settings.
On behalf of Ambassador Fahmi, Ambassador Al Ansary shared that targeting African countries to train professionals in the health care field will contribute to transferring 57357’s experience and culture, improving the health care in these countries, and strengthening the relationship between Egypt and the Nile Basin countries. He added that the ministry of foreign affairs, through the Egyptian Agency of Partnership for development, will always support the Hospital in making possible the bringing in of trainees from other countries
Chatting with African trainees, they shared their impressions about and feedback on the program:
Boeca Conoa from Liberia: I learned a lot and feel more passionate about my work after what I have seen here in 57357 of nursing team dedication, I look forward to apply what I have learned in my country
Iman Edris from Sudan: I like to thank all of 57357 staff, we have received high quality training using the latest technology. I am pleased with the experience I gained based on evidence-based practice and will work on transferring it to my country.
Zaily Zolo from Zambia: I am delighted with the big change I experienced through this training, It was interesting to see the nursing team here, their commitment to world quality standards and their passion towards their work. I would like to become a part of change in my country by applying what I have learned.
Ieka Kitty from Nigeria: I gained a lot, and the most important thing I learned is the methods of preventive measures while communicating with patients. This hospital is a model for best quality performance.
Ebaid Abdullah from Djibouti: Though the time was short, I have greatly benefited and wish to replicate 57357 in my country.
Toka Misbar from Cameron:I am happy for being in Egypt and like to thank Hospital 57357 for the quality training we received. If I want to make a change in my country I would replicate 57357 to reflect what you are providing to those children and to the world. You exert big efforts and make real contributions to change and development on a global level. Here I see children from different social classes, receiving the same quality care and treatment. In my country lower classes cannot afford expensive treatment for diseases like cancer, but here in 57357 you provide treatment for all the children for free. Thank you for the useful training, I think the Hospital is not just making change in the health care field, it is also making a change with respect to supporting our African countries relationships. Hospital 57357 gathered us to work hand in hand to face illness and to learn and benefit our countries
Johny from Uganda: the Hospital is a great achievement, putting science into practice, thank you for what we have learned and the experience we have gained.