Posts tagged staff profile
Meet CURE Malawi’s New Executive Director: Elly Chemey
Elly Chemey joined the CURE Malawi team as the Executive Director at the beginning of December 2019, looking to share his expertise and help CURE Malawi grow in its ability to change the lives of even more children. “I have a passion for children and it is touching to see what CURE is doing, transforming […]
Meet Dr. Pascal of Burundi
In 2012 the program grew with two new clinics upcountry and with another training, this time combining medical and counselors. The first Counseling training and medical training were both held in Burundi. In 2013, the program added two new clinics with the third medical and counseling training. The fourth medical training was held in early 2015.
CURE Uganda says goodbye to Peter
CURE Uganda is sad to bid farewell to Peter Sagabo, who we all agree is the best Human Resource manager! Peter started his tenure at CURE Uganda 12 years ago as a social worker, and he climbed the ranks all the way to Human Resource and Communications Manager at the hospital.
Getting to know CURE Uganda: Grace Wanyana
As part of a new series, we will be introducing several of our CURE Uganda staff members. We feel it’s important to highlight these individuals for their hard work, talent, and sacrificial service to heal the sick and proclaim the Kingdom of God. Today, we’d like to introduce you to Grace Wanyana, Assistant Nurse Manager at CURE Uganda.
CURE Uganda Staff Highlight: Emmanuel Namatsetse
Meet Emmanuel Namatsetse, a nurse/pharmacist at CURE Uganda. He’s one of the many who help CURE excel in healing the sick and proclaiming the kingdom of God. See his video on Vimeo: http://vimeo.com/69238786
CURE Uganda Staff Highlight: Florence Kalikwani
Meet Florence Kalikwani, Nurse Manager at CURE Uganda and one of the many faces that helps CURE excel in healing the sick and proclaiming the kingdom of God.
Staff Profile: Judy Obison, Matron at CURE Zambia
Some of the most interesting stories to come out of CURE Zambia are those of our dedicated and diligent staff. Recently, I sat down with Judy Obison, CURE Zambia’s hard working matron. I took particular interest in Mrs. Obison’s story because my mother is also a nurse, so I have a soft spot for women […]
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