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AA-LF volunteers graduate.
The first batch of fourteen AA-LF Trained Geriatric Nurses (Three men and eleven women) has graduated from the Health Concern Nursing College. The graduants were presented with certificates at a ceremony at the College campus at West Legon, Accra
Presenting certificates to the graduants, Mrs. Mary Aboagye, The Principal of the College and the Vice Chairperson of the AA-LF Board of Directors congratulated them on their pioneering role in eldercare and admonished them to go into the world and make a difference with their newly acquired skills.
Present at the ceremony were H.E. Ambassador Charles Agyei-Amoama, the AA-LF Board Chairman who assisted the Vice in the presentation, other Board members and students from Social- og Sundhedsskolen, Silkeborg Denmark who were on one-month internship with AA-LF.
In his remarks, Richard Larry Tetteh, the National Coordinator of AA-LF praised the graduants for their commitment and strong desire that saw them through the study. He mentioned that the special course begun with eighteen students but four dropped off along the way. He expressed the gratitude of AA-LF to Health Concern Ghana Nursing College for the scholarship granted the AA-LF for the volunteers to benefit from the course. He was full of praise to the teachers and staff for their sacrifices.