In fulfillment of our commitment to African Nursing Community and West African Nursing Students Association (WANSA) in particular, Lead Nurse Africa (LNA) have concluded plans to bring a big institution from Canada to grace WANSA conference that will hold towards the end of this year.The chairman of WANSA, Comrade Enewe Festus, along with his executives will communicate to the general public the date of WANSA conference in due time. There is an ongoing effort by our platform to network African students with their counterparts in the developed countries through exchange program and conferences.
In fact, what we are planning might be bigger as some organizations are developing huge interest in nursing development agenda courtesy of LNA global network.
We encourage all nurses to participate in all leadership programs and conferences especially at students level. The WANSA excos and our various national students associations have been funding the association themselves as a result of poor compliance and lack of interest in the association’s activities from nursing students. That cannot continue to be the case if we want to develop our profession and mold positive consensus from grass-root.
We say well-done to the leaders of WANSA and the nursing students national associations whose selfless sacrifices have been the major flames that have kept our hope warm for future progress. Grass root development is one of the key objective of LNA.
Other students’ must learn that class work alone cannot take them to the top in the 21st century. Join the new age, and commit your energy and resources into personal and professional development.
there is another good news for Kenya Nursing Community, as Lead Nurse Africa will be visiting next month to Flag off our Media campaign in Kenya on Utilizing technological innovations for professional development.
LEAD NURSE AFRICA.