President Kagame urges UGHE graduates to use acquired knowledge

By Nicole Kamanzi M.
On 10 August 2020 at 12:28

President Paul Kagame has called upon graduates of the University of Global Health Equity, UGHE, to use the knowledge they have acquired, to improve the health sector in their respective countries.

President Kagame who attended graduation ceremony for 28 graduands with Masters Program in Science for Global Health Delivery (MGHD) at UGHE in Butaro, Burera District on Sunday said that the graduands, hailing from different countries across Africa, have a duty of improving delivery of medical services in their respective countries through research and development. He also thanked the investors for making the knowledge available through this university.

He urged the graduands to be good ambassadors of Rwanda. “We hope that you will all find a way of sharing lessons from Rwanda and the region as well as anywhere else in the world. I am very happy to see where your chosen path leads.”

UGHE Principal, Prof Agnes Binagwaho, thanked the graduates for their training in advocacy and the catalyst for change in order to promote the delivery of health services that "contribute to the development of the community."

“Our UGHE team will continue to deliver on its mission to improve the delivery of health services worldwide through the provision of quality health education and the implementation of programs relevant to today’s needs.” She said
This is the fifth UGHE graduation since 2015.

President Paul Kagame has called upon graduates of the UGHE to use the knowledge they have acquired, to improve the health sector in their respective countries.
Prof Agnes Binagwaho thanked the graduates for their training in advocacy and the catalyst for change in order to promote the delivery of health services

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