Support Training of Liberian Nurses: Where Will My Contribution Go?

December 3, 2014
With a acute shortage of registered nurses in Africa, more nurses need to be trained to respond to pandemics and health challenges. CREDIT: WHO /Winnie Romeril

With an acute shortage of registered nurses in Africa, more nurses need to be trained to respond to pandemics and health challenges.
CREDIT: WHO /Winnie Romeril

The West African country of Liberia faces an urgent shortage of skilled health professionals. Skills training and preparation are the best prevention for addressing pandemics and public health challenges.

AAI has partnered with William V.S. Tubman University’s Nursing Program in Liberia to raise funds to provide scholarships to train Liberian nursing students.

The scholarships will help to build a strong and effective health workforce through the training of skilled nurses for the long-term care and to respond to emergency situations like infectious diseases.

 

Give Today!

Your gift will ensure that more healthcare workers are educated, trained and placed into the Liberian communities that need them the most.

A gift of:

  • $25 will pay for 5 (five) credits toward a nursing degree.

  • $80 will pay for one nurse’s uniform.

  • $225 will pay for the appropriate tools for clinical preparation for one nurse.

  • $700 will pay for the full tuition for a four-year nursing degree.

  • $2,650 will pay for a half-year of full tuition and fees.

  • $5,300 will pay for full tuition and fees plus room and board for a four-year nursing degree.

 

For more information, please visit www.aaionline.org/support-aai/support-our-vision/givingtuesday

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All donations are 100% tax-deductible as provided by law of section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

 

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