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Financial Clearance Released For Recruitment of 2019 Batch of Nurses.

Financial Clearance Released For Recruitment of 2019 Batch of Nurses.

Financial Clearance Released For Recruitment of 2019 Batch of Nurses.

 

 

 

Good news for nurses at home! Financial Clearance Released For Recruitment of 2019 Batch of Nurses according to Ministry of Finance.

 

 

But unfortunately this great opportunity is not meant for all nurses at home.

 

 

According to Mrs. Perpetual Ofori Ampofo, The President of Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association, government has ordered the release of financial clearance for the Recruitment of 2019 Batch of Nurses. This offer is purposely for all certificate nurses, diploma nurses as well as degree nurses across all the sixteen Regions of Ghana.

 

 

 

Mrs. Ampofo and her entire cabinet members succeeded convincing the Government of the Republic of Ghana to guarantee the employment of 2019 batch of nurses who completed the various Private and Public Nurses Training Colleges.

 

 

Financial Clearance Released For Recruitment of 2019 Batch of Nurses.

This was possible after Mrs. Ampofo and her team visited the Ministry of Health to pinpoint the challenges faced by our health sector as a results of shortage of nurses in most hospitals. This issue keep on alarming every now and then as most nurses prefer to work outside the country. Due to this there is a bite shortage of nurses both in quantity and quality. The Association Plea was accepted by government which eventually led to the release of financial clearance by Ministry of Finance at this trying times.

 

 

 

The category of nurses that will be considered mostly are ; Nurse Assistant Clinicals and Preventives who were recruited 2019 but were still waiting for postings due to insufficient financial clearance at that time. Another category of nurses to be given priority are nurses and midwives who graduated with either diploma or degree who sat for the NTC licensure examination in 2019 and had referrals.

 

 

This still ignores 2020, 2021 and 2022 batch of nurses sitting comfortably in their homes. The truth is that, due to IMF and 30% increment of public workers salaries, it is unclear whether government can afford to recruit within the next three years.

 

 

This information was nakedly disposed on the official website of the Ghana Registered Nurses and Midwives Association (RNMA)

 

Source:

http://Graphiconline.com

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