African Nurse Training in Africa
Do Good Charity sponsors ambitious, committed but poor women and men to train as nurses in Sierra Leone and Malawi in Africa. DGC is the fundraising arm in Britain for the Hospitaller Order of Saint John of God which provides health, welfare, social and education services internationally.
Charity information: Do Good Charity
The chronic lack of properly trained medical professionals in Africa
By funding willing and able African people achieve their dream of becoming nurses in Africa
To sponsor nurse training in Sierra Leone
Activities» Co-operation with the established St John of God training hospital in Lunsar
91 Nurses graduated this March from the St John of God training hospital. £ of them were sponsored by Do Good Charity
We hope that ever more nurse students will be able to graduate because of our and the community's effort
The biggest risk for out project is not being able to raise enough money for all the applicants for sponsorship. There are usually around 40-50 applicants in Sierra Leone and around 20 in Malawi for the 2013 intake. However we are unable to support all of them and therefore the risk is that the rest would not be able to begin their training.
We already have reports of nurses who have previously been sponsored in our website at http://sponsorship.dogoodcharity.co.uk/stories/
Budget - Project Cost: £1,282Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £1,000 training enables a student nurse to train for three years and includes accommodation and support costs £205 fees will pay for a student’s first year tuition fees £77 accomodation cover their basic accommodation costs annually
Current Funding / Pledges
Source Amount John Rowland £475 Guaranteed
Lunsar, Sierra Leone
Local people striving to become qualified nurse practitioners
DO Good Charity is the fundraising arm of St John of God Hospitaller Order which runs the training hospital in Lunsar, Sierra Leone
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Bríd trained in Ireland and began her career in the 70's as a nurse/midwife in rural Ethiopia, then in the Kalahari desert area of Botswana.
Brother Peter Lansana Dawoh
Brother Peter Lansana Dawoh is a religious brother and Director of the St John of God Hospital in Mabesseneh, Lunsar, Sierra Leone.