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Success Story of Two Young Female Doctors

“Learning Medicine for free is almost a miracle” – Dr. Jemila

Best friends, best doctors. An inspirational story of two exemplary friends who met at Sawa military academy, join College together to study Medicine and later became Medical Doctors.

BY NUEYS

Two young Eritrean doctors, Dr. Askalu and Dr. Jemila, are an exemplary friends who met in Sawa. Coming from different places of Eritrea, once they met to attend their 12th grade and do National Service in Sawa, they established a strong friendship.

After they had left Sawa, they studied in the Eritrean Institute of Technology for a year. Then they joined the Orotta School of Medicine in 2007. Continue reading Success Story of Two Young Female Doctors

36 Medical Doctors Graduate from Orotta School of Medicine

The incremental impact of these annual addition of young and qualified medical doctors to the overall coverage of medical services in Eritrea is paramount.

This is the 7th Commencement for Orotta School of Medicine and Dentistry (OSMD). Since its first commencement in 2009, OSMD graduated a total of 243 doctors in General Medicine and 20 in Dentistry.

By Shabait,

In its 7th Commencement the Orotta School of Medicine and Dentistry graduated 36 doctors on 14 January following 8 years of education in General Medicine.

The Minister of Health, Ms. Amina Nurhussein underlined that the institution is producing medical professionals equipped with specialized skills. Continue reading 36 Medical Doctors Graduate from Orotta School of Medicine

Orotta School of Medicine to get Regional Recognition and International Accreditation

What the Orotta School of Medicine has achieved thus far is an epitome of the brighter future of Eritrea’s Health Care System

By TesfaNews,

The Orotta School of Medicine has reached a stage of regional recognition and International Accreditation following yearlong process of evaluations and reviews.

Accordingly, the School will soon get its first regional recognition from Sudan Medical Council and International Accreditation jointly from the World Health Organization (WHO) and World Federation for Medical Education (MFME).  Continue reading Orotta School of Medicine to get Regional Recognition and International Accreditation

Eritrea: Orotta’s Key Role in Promoting Health

The Orotta National Referral Hospital is a one giant hospital comprising of five big hospitals: the 200 bed surgical hospital, Berhan Ayni (optical hospital), Kidistti Mariam Psychiatric hospital, a 300 bed Pediatric hospital and Mekane Hiwot Maternity hospital. The Orotta School of Medicine was then first established in 2004 inside the Orotta National Referral Hospital.

The quantity and quality of trained health care professionals since the launching of Orotta Medical School in 2004 has been evermore increasing.

BY FIKREJESUS AMHAZION, PhD

The recent graduation of 56 medical doctors from Orotta School of Medicine, located in Eritrea [i],  represents a proud individual and national achievement and a platform for future developmental progress. In Eritrea – a young, poor, developing country – the freshly minted doctors will play a vital role in improving health services, outreach, and accessibility, ultimately positively influencing national health outcomes and development. Continue reading Eritrea: Orotta’s Key Role in Promoting Health

56 Medical Doctors Graduate from Orotta School of Medicine

“What Eritrea’s Orotta School of Medicine has achieved in 6 short years is a task that would have normally taken 30 years”–WHO/WFME, 2010

With 152 new Medical Doctors trained in the last 10 years, Eritrea is close to exceed WHO’s least recommended Doctors-to-population ratio of 1:10,000

By Shabait,

A total of 56 Medical Doctors who have been pursuing their studies in Orotta School of Medicine for 8 years graduated today.

Speaking at the graduation ceremony in which senior government officials, the School’s stakeholders, invited guests and parents took part, Ms. Amina Nur-Hussein, Minister of Health, said that the government’s endeavors as regards promoting societal wellbeing have borne visible impact. She further indicated that human resource development constitutes one of its priorities in this connection. Continue reading 56 Medical Doctors Graduate from Orotta School of Medicine

Golden Principles and Colleges Nurturing Golden Youth

Free Education for All

By Kidane Eyob,

The EPLF, firmly and consistently pursued the principles of self-reliance along with a policy of economic and political independence as its Golden Principles until the independence of Eritrea.

Even during the darkest hours of the armed struggle for independence, the EPLF never compromised the Golden Principle. Likewise, the Government of Eritrea (GoE) is determined to maintain this Golden Principle Continue reading Golden Principles and Colleges Nurturing Golden Youth