OROTTA School of Medicine and Dentistry today graduated a total of 57 Medical Doctors. During the fifth commencement, 32 Doctors graduated in Medicine and 22 others in Dentistry, while the remaining 3 graduated in Pediatrics and Child Health.
Speaking at the graduation ceremony, Ms. Amina Nur-Husien, Minister of Health, pointed out that persistent endeavors are being exerted with a view to ensuring effective and quality health services along with developing human resource capacity.
She went on to indicate that there are seven Health School Intuitions and that graduates from these schools are serving with enthusiasm nationwide. Ms. Amina further stated that Eritrea is registering major progress in the health sector, and called on the graduates to serve with dedication.
Also speaking on the occasion, Dr. Haile Mihtsun, Dean, explained that the graduating batch has lived up to the set standards, and expressed appreciation for the patience and enthusiasm they demonstrated in the process, in addition to active collaboration of partners in the activities of the school.
A representative of the graduating batch asserted readiness to serve the people and Government with higher dedication.
GOE is funnelling substantial investment to expand the health infrastructure in tandem with purposeful drive to augment z requisite software
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