Even More Employment Success!

The Amalthea Trust is always on the lookout for people who would like to help us in what we do, readily encouraging participation in the charity for those who want to get involved. This week in particular we have been very happy to receive a lot of interest from people wanting to volunteer for our cause and have had several meetings with them; hopefully we’ll be welcoming them to the team soon!

Meanwhile, over in Uganda, Arafat Wakulira has started training the Cardiovascular and Monitoring Equipment module and we’re pleased to report that he’s getting on really well.

And just when we thought things couldn’t get better, we received word that two of our graduates have started working at Mulago Hospital! We’re so happy to see both the Trust’s and the students’ hard work paying off and offer our massive congratulations to them.

More updates coming soon!

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