Sponsors

Primary school 'de Lonneboot' from Nieuw- en Sint Joosland will support the Nurses on Tour foundation by collecting funds during a period of two years! Every week children will bring a small amount to their school for charity purposes. After two years these funds will be donated to Nurses on Tour.

In this way the children of primary school 'de Lonneboot' contribute to a better life for children in northern Ghana. Moreover they give those children the opportunity to live a healthy future. Because children in Ghana also have the right to a bright future!

 

 
Volunteers in Ghana

Even when  we are not in Ghana, the NoT project will continue. Below are the names of several people  who are  actively involved every week to keep Nurses on Tour moving in Ghana. They frequently operate with the assistance of Dutch volunteers who are doing voluntary jobs or internships in Ghana through the Meet Africa foundation. In this way we can continue the programs of the Nurses on Tour foundation.

 

Name

Function

Jobdescription - Nurses on Tour

Ibrahim Salifu

Co-Director Meet Africa

Supervisor Nurses on Tour Ghana

Mariam Morrow

Director Meet Africa Bolga

Supervisor Nurses on Tour Ghana

Red Cross     

Bolgatanga                         

 

Supporting and assitance for the preparation and the implementation of the projects of Nurses on Tour in Ghana, by means of arranging volunteers to translate and assist during programs.                           

Joe

Director Red Cross Bolgatanga                               

Boardmember Nurses on Tour Ghana

Patricia

Volunteer Red Cross

Volunteer Nurses on Tour. Assistance and translation during healthcare education and distribution. 

Yin

Firefighter

Volunteer Nurses on Tour. Assistance and translation during healthcare education and distribution. 

Ayumah Ayima

Student

Field Manager Nurses on Tour Ghana 

Sadiq Fuseni

Student

Office Manager Nurses on Tour Ghana

Adisa Akaribo

Student

Financial Manager Nurses on Tour

Fred Azaree

Student

Interpreter/translator during the implementation of research for the Nurses on Tour