Employment Success!

The Amalthea Trust was delighted to receive an email from one of our recent graduates informing us that she has been offered a job at Gulu Regional Referral Hospital as a Biomedical Engineer. We are very proud of her and thrilled to witness one of our graduates take on an active role in the healthcare sector. The presence of Amalthea graduates in hospitals will facilitate a move towards the development and improvement of Biomedical Engineering within their countries with the long term goal of achieving self-sufficiency. This is therefore a hugely significant development and we wish Racheal Musasizi all the best for the future and hope she will stay in touch and update us on everything she will undoubtedly accomplish.

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