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Nurses Volunteer in Africa. Honoring our nurses. Nurses Rock!!

We invite you to join our International Mission trip, June 12th-25th, 2016: Care, medication, HIV/AIDS test for 1000. Build 1000 writing boards, 300 classroom desks & enroll 2000 more children into our literacy project, teach scrabble, enjoy safari, cultural activities and historical places. Click for details.

Passionate with strong faith, Raisa Zhovklaya shined her light on the poor in rural communities as a volunteer in Africa with us on our medical mission program.

Passionate with strong faith, Raisa Zhovklaya shined her light on the poor in rural communities as a volunteer in Africa with us on our medical mission program.

Raisa Zhovklaya – NY, USA

Today Raisa Zhovklaya is featured in honor the nurses who have played a great role volunteering in Africa with us to make it possible for us to provide support for local healthcare facilities and run free healthcare programs for poor communities. Passionate with strong faith, Raisa Zhovklaya shined her light on the poor in rural communities as a volunteer in Africa with us on our medical mission program.
Nurses rock because nurses volunteer in Africa with us and as seen in Raisa Zhovklaya, she worked hard from morning 9am to 5pm all week days for two weeks, travelling on rough roads to interior parts of these villages in Africa, our volunteer of the day, Raisa Zhovklaya didn’t let the heat beat her down, she didn’t let the days without lunch put her down. She focused on caring for those who needed our services, who cannot afford healthcare and do not have any health center anywhere nearby. Her love for children was captivating. Every day, she was extremely excited to get down to another village and provide healthcare to the people. She showed love and kindness that surely makes her an outstanding ambassador to nurses and more reason why nursing keep ranking #1 most trusted and most ethical profession. After volunteering with us, Raisa has continued to work in many U.S. States as a travelling nurse. Please join us to express our gratitude to Raisa Zhovklaya and congratulate her for being a great ambassador to nurses joining the elite core of nurses volunteering in Africa with us to change and save lives. We wholeheartedly thank you for your sacrifices, love and work Raisa Zhovklaya!

 

We invite you to join our International Mission trip, June 12th-25th, 2016: Care, medication, HIV/AIDS test for 1000. Build 1000 writing boards, 300 classroom desks & enroll 2000 more children into our literacy project, teach scrabble, enjoy safari, cultural activities and historical places. Click for details.
Honoring Nurses who are great ambassadors for nurses and a prove why they rank #1: Ellen Scott  from Cortland, NY, USA. is featured

Honoring Nurses who are great ambassadors for nurses and a prove why they rank #1: Ellen Scott from Cortland, NY, USA. is featured

Ellen Scott – Cortland, NY, USA.

Nurses rank #1 because nurses volunteer in Africa with their own money. Ellen was a volunteer in Africa with us who helped us in our mobile medical mission in 2013. Ellen Scott, now a proud mother, used her saved holiday time to volunteer in Africa with us in Ghana. She traveled with us daily on dirt roads to communities cut off from healthcare. Ellen worked hard in temperatures averaging 85°F daily and provided free healthcare and medication to about 1500 people who otherwise do not get healthcare.
Ellen Scott is an Oncology Nurse at Upstate Medical University. We thank you Ellen for your service. This nurse volunteered in Africa, spent her hard earned money and break for this cause, worked hard from 9am to 4pm yet was always excited each day to hit the road to provide healthcare to many more people. Please join us to salute Ellen Scott as a great ambassador for nurses who keep nurses #1 most ethical and trusted professionals. Thank you very much for your service Ellen Scott.

 

We invite you to join our International Mission trip, June 12th-25th, 2016: Care, medication, HIV/AIDS test for 1000. Build 1000 writing boards, 300 classroom desks & enroll 2000 more children into our literacy project, teach scrabble, enjoy safari, cultural activities and historical places. Click for details.
Honoring our nurses: Susan Converse, a FNP & faculty member St. Joseph’s College of Nursing volunteered in Africa with us providing free healthcare and medicines to poor communities with no health center with a strong passion for children is featured..

Honoring our nurses: Susan Converse, a FNP & faculty member St. Joseph’s College of Nursing volunteered in Africa with us providing free healthcare and medicines to poor communities with no health center with a strong passion for children is featured.

Susan Converse – Syracuse, NY, USA.

Joining nurses volunteer in Africa with us was this great talent Susan Converse, an experienced dedicated FNP who is a faculty member at the faculty of nursing at St. Joseph’s College of Nursing in Syracuse NY, USA. With her lovely family at the center of her life, Susan Converse still sacrificed her hard earned break and resources which she would have enjoyed with her family, and volunteered in Africa with us providing free healthcare and medicines to poor communities with no health center. She was part of our mobile medical mission program in 2014 that served about 1200 people. Susan Converse brought her heart with her, words cannot be found for her passion of making sure all new born babies and infants received care.
This practitioner shined the light in the remote parts of Africa for nurses. She took care of more than 100 infants who have never been seen by a medical professional before. She also took time to take care of many women, children and people in these poor isolated communities. Already known for working hard, Africa was no holiday for her, she worked harder, 9am to 5pm everyday Mondays to Fridays, traveling over two hours daily on rough dirt road in and out of these isolated communities.
Susan Converse added to her responsibilities to join us to the local schools in these poor communities where she led the education of the children in these communities on how to take care of wounds. Children gets cuts frequently in these places our volunteers serve in Africa because they play and walk through the fields daily. Most of them get septic wounds because of the dirt all over. This education is helping the children know the right thing to do and prevent the infections that make them sick, keep them healthy and in school. Nurse practitioners volunteer in Africa and help us safe lots of lives.
Susan Converse shall be returning to volunteer in Africa with us! Please join us to offer a big salute to this wonderful person, Susan Converse who sacrificed time and money to volunteer in Africa on one of our programs and brought her passion along, serving as a great ambassador to keep nurses #1 most ethical and trusted professionals. You are the reason we are able to keep doing what we do, thank you for your contribution and sacrifices Susan Converse!

 

We invite you to join our International Mission trip, June 12th-25th, 2016: Care, medication, HIV/AIDS test for 1000. Build 1000 writing boards, 300 classroom desks & enroll 2000 more children into our literacy project, teach scrabble, enjoy safari, cultural activities and historical places. Click for details.
Honoring the nurses: Kimberly Vuocolo – Buffalo New York, USA volunteered in Africa on our mobile medical mission in 2013. She came from Upstate, New York, United States to volunteer in Africa with us.

Honoring the nurses: Kimberly Vuocolo – Buffalo New York, USA volunteered in Africa on our mobile medical mission in 2013. She came from Upstate, New York, United States to volunteer in Africa with us.

Kimberly Vuocolo – Buffalo New York, USA.

Volunteered in Africa on our mobile medical mission in 2013, Kimberly spent her hard earned holidays working with us in Ghana. We set up clinic in village squares and classrooms in isolated communities with no health center and provided free healthcare and medication to about 1500 people who otherwise do not get healthcare.
Currently working at Roswell Park cancer institute and on a Doctorate of Nursing Practice at University at Buffalo, this nurse volunteered in Africa, spent her hard earned money and holidays to cover her whole trip to volunteer in Africa. For each day for ten straight days, it was no play for Kimberly who stood in hot and crowded village squares and classrooms after an hour travel into the remote communities, worked from 9am to 4pm providing care to the poor, neglected and sick. Please join us to salute Kimberly Vuocolo as a great ambassador for nurses who keep nurses #1 most ethical and trusted professionals. Thank you for your service Kimberly Vuocolo

 

We invite you to join our International Mission trip, June 12th-25th, 2016: Care, medication, HIV/AIDS test for 1000. Build 1000 writing boards, 300 classroom desks & enroll 2000 more children into our literacy project, teach scrabble, enjoy safari, cultural activities and historical places. Click for details.
Jill Caporiccio – RN from Boston Massachusetts, USA. In 2007, Jill Caporiccio took time off her work as a nurse in Massachusetts in the United States to volunteer in Africa with us

Jill Caporiccio – RN from Boston Massachusetts, USA.
In 2007, Jill Caporiccio took time off her work as a nurse in Massachusetts in the United States to volunteer in Africa with us

Jill Caporiccio – RN from Boston Massachusetts, USA.

In 2007, Jill Caporiccio took time off her work as a nurse in Massachusetts in the United States to volunteer in Africa with us.
She volunteered in a local hospital and she was a big help to the hospital and the local nurses. Jill Caporiccio volunteered in Ghana, Africa with us for four months. She will readily be available to cover shift for other nurses, tried local food, adapted greatly to the culture and was a cheerful, friendly and kind person who won the heart of the local nurses, people in the community she lived and particularly all the staff of our organization in our then small office. She willingly accepted rotation to any department that needed her service and never missed work. Worth noting that Jill was volunteering in Africa, there was no fee or remuneration in return. Even when paid nurses found excuses to miss work, Jill who was unpaid was ready and available to cover so the people who came to the hospital could receive healthcare. During her stay, Jill took time to work in orphanage and spent time playing with the children of the orphanage. Jill Caporiccio, after volunteering with us has gone on to volunteer her services to other missions including multiple trips to Haiti since the devastating earthquake. Today we salute you Jill Caporiccio for your sacrifices and being an ambassador to the good name of nurses. Please join us to salute Jill as we salute all nurses for the great work and for being #1 most ethical and trusted professionals.

 

We invite you to join our International Mission trip, June 12th-25th, 2016: Care, medication, HIV/AIDS test for 1000. Build 1000 writing boards, 300 classroom desks & enroll 2000 more children into our literacy project, teach scrabble, enjoy safari, cultural activities and historical places. Click for details.
More reasons why nurses ranked #1 in honesty & ethics for 14 consecutive years: Nurses volunteer in Africa sacrificing their hard earned holidays and money

More reasons why nurses ranked #1 in honesty & ethics for 14 consecutive years: Nurses volunteer in Africa sacrificing their hard earned holidays and money

More reasons why nurses ranked #1 in honesty & ethics for 14 consecutive years: Nurses volunteer in Africa!

Nurses and student nurses make up the largest category of our volunteers in Africa, almost half! Nurses sacrifice their hard earned money and hard earned holiday to volunteer in Africa with us. When nurses volunteer in Africa, they serve in poor communities where people cannot afford healthcare, where many local nurses will not even accept an appointment to work. The nurses work alongside local nurses and as notable of them, patiently impart their skills to the local nurses and this improve local health delivery a lot! When people are struggling to make time to spend the holidays with family, nurses head into the cold for a night-shift to take care of the sick. They shall miss the holidays but they are not crying at work, they are bringing smiles to the faces of their clients even when they have left their loved ones at home, even when they will rather be at home. Nurses Rock!!!! To say thank you to these noble people, each day, we will salute the nurses who have sacrificed to volunteer in Africa with us and tell you their story from our lenses and our reports. We honor all nurses because nurses volunteer in Africa to help us save lots of lives.
More reasons why nurses ranked #1 in honesty & ethics for 14 consecutive years: Nurses volunteer in Africa sacrificing their hard earned holidays and money

More reasons why nurses ranked #1 in honesty & ethics for 14 consecutive years: Nurses volunteer in Africa sacrificing their hard earned holidays and money

Follow this thread each day at https://www.elghana.com/nurses-volunteer-in-africa/ and read a story on a nurse who volunteered in Africa with us. Nurses indeed are the love and the heart of our lives!!!!! Nurses volunteer in Africa with us and help us bring healthcare to those who do not have it. Without them, we cannot run our mobile medical mission program which goes into rural poor communities without any health facility, set up make-shift health post and provide healthcare to children, mothers and everyone in this community. Many children in these places are born at home and have never been seen by a health professional, our nurses volunteer in Africa to be the first to see these children and help us save them from dying of preventable diseases. Nurses Rock!!! You will be amazed that some nurses have spent time also working on our other volunteer opportunities in Africa.
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Posted on January 6th, 2016