Biak, Jubi – The government of Bial Numfor will offer an opportunity to 20 paramedics and nurses to continue their studies at the Faculty of Medicine of Cenderawasih University in 2015.
Besides improving health infrastructures, the local government is also focusing on human resource development.
“They are paramedics and nurses who work in community health centers and hospitals. This program is aimed to build human resources capacity in order to improve health services to communities,” said the acting Biak Numfor Regent Thomas Alfa Edison Ondy when opened the ceremony of 50th National Health Day in Biak Heath Office on Wednesday (12/11).
He added within 2015, his office would also sign an agreement with the students of fifth semester majoring health and education. “When they’re graduated, they could directly work as civil servants in the Biak Numfor Government, and they must be ready to be placed anywhere to serve the community as paramedics or teachers,” said Ondy. (Marten Boseren/rom )