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Anena Lillian, Atto Concy and Atim Vicki three girls

On our recent visit, we were pleased to be able to see how three of our students are doing in vocational training after secondary school.

Anena Lillian and Atim Vicki chose to go into a two and half year nursing program. At the time of our visit they had completed the first semester. When we visited the school we were pleased to see the two-year old facility with dormitories and classrooms. We also noticed a “Gulu School of Nursing” bus that was constantly making runs between the school and the hospital.

Lillian mentioned at our meeting that the greatest pleasure she is getting from the program is that she is already able to help patients in some small ways. She feels that she is contributing to society.

Atto Concy is also in the medical field but is in training to work in a medical laboratory. This coming second semester she will begin drawing blood from patients. She is very happy with the program.

At our general meeting the girls spoke about the programs that they are in. Our recent graduate from secondary school, Amony Lillian listened to them and decided that she would try to follow the lead of the other young women.

We are proud of all four students and wish them well in contributing to the welfare of Uganda.


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