Sr. Jose Maria writes a grant to obtain an Ultrasound Machine
"Using the grant writing skills I learned from the SLDI program, I wrote a grant application to the Conrad Hilton Fund for Sisters to purchase an Ultrasound machine."
To address the health care needs, a problem that plagues most or all of the African countries, Sr. Jose Maria from Nigeria, a Practical Nurse and SLDI participant, wrote a grant to obtain an Ultrasound Machine.
Sr. Jose Maria Nonye Anyawu, is from Nigeria. She says, “Using the grant writing skills I learned from the SLDI program, I wrote a grant application to the Conrad Hilton Fund for Sisters to purchase an Ultrasound machine."
She adds, “The machine has improved healthcare in this hospital… it has been serving us well and has really improved the quality of our work as well raised the standard of our hospital.” In addition, “I have written an accountability report to the Hilton Foundation after the execution of the project … I also, have some exchange visits to some of my colleagues who come to see how the machine works … it is becoming a learning moment.”
This project is directly addressing UN Sustainable Development Goal(s):Sr. Jose Maria Nonye Anyawu
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