Bahir Dar, Ethiopia―57 Medical Doctors and 25 Professional Nurses have been graduated from the College of Medical and Health Sciences at Bahir Dar University (BDU).
State Minister of Ministry of Health’s, H.E. Dr. Amir Aaman, while welcoming the novice graduates to the ministry of health, has stressed that the graduates need to play their crucial role in the present endeavor of national transformation.
“Ethiopia has made a remarkable and an exemplary progress in infant mortality and maternal death.” HE Dr Amir.Calling the graduates to make history in joining the current effort that country is making, Dr Amir urged them to prioritize an honest service to their beloved country.
BDU’s President, stressing that the university basically focuses on the principles of prevention and treatment, Dr Baylie Damtie, has also said on the occasion that the time of payback to the country has come for the young graduates.
“Life definitely officers you a lot of opportunities, yet you must be courageous enough to prioritize your beloved nation.” Dr Baylie.
On the occasion was also the former president of BDU, Dr Tsehay Jemberu, who had initiated the idea of launching College of Medical and Health Sciences at BDU. “Back then “, Dr Tsehay said, “the college was launched with a vision of satisfying the national need on the area; now, I could see that the college is well developed.
Dr Tsehay has also said that he is happy about the progress being made.Graduates with outstanding academic performances were awarded on the occasion.
The College of Medical and Health Sciences at Bahir Dar University, presently, is operating in it two sites: Main Campus and Felege Hiwot Hospital.
The university is undergoing state-of-the art specialized teaching Hospital designed to produce real professionals working with up=to-date- technology.
Source: Bahir Dar University