The GNPC Foundation led by Dominic Kwesi Eduah (PhD) as part of its mandate has sponsored 200 Ghanaians to the Republic of Cuba to be trained as medical doctors and health professionals.The aforementioned group comprises 170 graduates and 30 specialists.
In a brief interaction with beneficiaries before their departure on Tuesday May 14, 2019, Dr. Eduah assured them of the Foundation's commitment to making their stay abroad enjoyable and create the enabling environment for both self and professional development.
He reiterated the Foundation's commitment to institutionalizing a resourceful, effective and efficient Scholarship Management System to address mishaps of the past and ensure a prompt payment to beneficiaries.
"The future of this nation belongs to the youth and the solid foundation we lay as leaders of today to help them develop their intellectual capacity and abilities as leaders of tomorrow is what will make or unmake the Ghana of tomorrow. Learn hard, work hard, stay focused, be disciplined and make Ghana proud. We are fervently counting on you", Dr. Eduah said.
Other dignitaries present to grace this occasion were Hon. Kwaku Agyemang-Manu, Minister of Health, His Excellency Pedro Luiz Despaigne Gonzalez, Cuban Ambassador to Ghana and the Director of the America Bureau.
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