Ghana’s Health Minister, Kwaku Manu has congratulated the Nursing and Midwifery Council (N&MC) for their enormous contribution towards the successful implementation and conduct of the online licensing examination.
He in his address at the close-out conference of the project held at the Council’s Head Office in Accra also commended partners of the N&MC for supporting the NICHE/GHA/261 project which was initiated in 2016.
“I am proud to say that, since that time, the Council has progressed up to this stage where the online licensing examination system has been rolled out for all the nursing and midwifery programmes in Ghana,” he stated.
Hon. Agyeman-Manu noted that the project which was initiated in 2016 was to improve the organizational capacity of the Nursing and Midwifery Council to conduct efficient, effective as well as credible licensing examinations for Nurse Assistants, Nurses and Midwives in Ghana.
The Dormaa Central MP furthered that the NPP government will continue to invest in the health sector and recruit more health professionals in addition to the one hundred thousand recruited in their first term of office.
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“We will continuously upgrade our medical, nursing and midwifery curricula, and continue to train our young doctors, nurses, midwives and other health care professionals in a world-class fashion,” Mr Manu stressed.