Papua Nueva Guinea: Sopas School of Nursing progressing well
Papua Nueva Guinea/abril de 2016/Papua Nueva Guinea Education News
Resumen: Después de ser cerrada, debido a las luchas tribales, el gobierno de la provincia de Enga, reactivo hace tres años, la Escuela de Enfermería de sopas en Wabag, Enga la cual ofrece un diploma de tres años en el programa de enfermería.
AFTER being revived by the Enga provincial government three years ago, the Sopas School of Nursing in Wabag, Enga is seeing good progress, school principal Noelyn Koutalo says.
Previously, the institution was run by the Seventh-day Adventist, but closed down due to tribal fights until being revived three years ago by the provincial government.
Koutalo said with the institution supported by the Enga government and the National Government, their (institution) operation was normal.
The school offers a three-year diploma in the nursing programme and the first lot of students that enrolled three years ago are in their second year.
“Next year will be a special year that the institution is looking forward to,” Koutalo said.
“We will be having our first graduation after resuming operation three years ago.
“From there, we will only know how much we have come so far in terms of learning and the operation of the school.”
Koutalo said the institution was functioning smoothly because of the assistance from the provincial and National Government.