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Africa

Africa Board Members

professor-francis-omaswa

Professor Francis Omaswa

Executive Director, African Centre for Global Health and Social Transformation

Country: Uganda

Challengers’ Committee: Africa Regional Hub Co-Chairs

Faith-Nawagi

Faith Nawagi

Country: Uganda

Mohamed-Modber

Mohammed Modber

Country: Sudan

Botswana

Ministry of Health & Wellness

There are 2 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Nyangabwe Referal Hospital

There are 200 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Gweta Primary Hospital

There are 2 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Nkange clinic

There are 10 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Staying Dynamic Psycho Sexual health Clinic

There are 3 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

We want to improve social care and sexual health of women across a lifespan.We focus heavily on sexual health and function matters of both men and women.We would like to change the existing system which prevents nurses from functioning to their maximal capacity.Comprehensive sexual health education which is more female focused is needed to end gender, intimate partner and sexual reproductive rights of women in Botswana.Women need a better place where they will feel comfortable to express their sexual concerns.We thrive to help cultivate healthy and thriving sexual relationships where sex is safe and negotiated.Women deserve pleasurable sexual experiences and the time is now.

Cameroon

University of Bamenda

There are 40 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Category 1: Activities at facility levels (Led by Nursing supervisors – members of University of Bamenda Nursing Now group) Sign up various institutions for Nightingale challenge Conduct monthly education meetings for nurses Celebrate international nurses’ Day 2020 in the various institutions Identify junior nurses to enrol in the mentorship programme Category 2: Activities at level of University of Bamenda Nursing Now group Mapping of nursing leaders across the country, their specialty and address. Establish a mentorship programme for junior colleagues Produce a document describing the current state of nursing in Cameroon and recommendations for improvement Share ideas and reports of Nursing Now and Nightingale challenge activities form various institutions National event to celebrate International Nurses' Day 2020.

Democratic Republic of the Congo

National College of Congolese Nurses (ONIC)

There are 30 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Ethiopia

Kotebe Metropolitan University, Menelik II Medical and Health Science College

There are 100 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

As a nurse, I have a plan to conduct country wide study in the area of effect of nursing intervention of patient recovery, application of nursing process including documentation, nurse involvement on hospital core management, and decision making process. Representation of nurses in the health care structure in healthcare tier system. Fair and equality for nursing carrier and benefit packages consistent with other professionals. Quality nursing education challenges and ways forwards are the main activities and interventions what my colleagues and I planning to come across to enhance quality of nursing service.

Woldia University

There are 7 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

I want to share the actual nursing situation of Ethiopia. I am also thinking about dramatic change for the profession in Ethiopia.

Aksum University

There are 16 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Ghana

Ga West Municipal Hospital

There are 10 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Korle Bu Teaching Hospital (Ghana Public Health Association)

There are 4 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

LEKMA Hospital (Ghana Public Health Association)

There are 4 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

SALTPOND MUNICIPAL HOSPITAL

There are 100 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Supporting nurses to develop their skills in organ transplant cordination . Sharing the experiences of nurses and midwives to promote vaccine equity and acceptance. Giving the mandate to the nurses and midwives to have self esteem and self belief to work and care for the sick and also to save lifes. Encouraging nurses and midwives to engage in routine workshops in order to strengthen and improve their capabilities , skills and knowledge about nursing challenge. Nurses and midwives should advocate on their jog description, working together as a team would help maintain unity and understanding amongst themselves.

NURSING AND MIDWIFERY COUNCIL OF GHANA

There are 67 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

As part of the Nightingale challenge, the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ghana will embark on the following activities which are classified into four main section 1. Practice * Coaching & Mentoring * Coordinate action learning * Introduction of ICT in Nursing and Midwifery Care 2. Education * Webinars *Training on Leadership * Conference/ Seminars * Personal Development 3. Administration * Coaching & Mentoring from CNO’s * Attachments to Groups – N&MC, GRNMA, GRMA * Attachments to non-health organization. Eg. Customer care 4. Research *Action Research – example; Client satisfaction study

University of Ghana Health Services

There are 10 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Engagement with the University of Ghana Business School to deliver workshop on leadership and management. (intensive 3 months course, Jan-March 2020) Nurses and Midwives to be paired with the Board, Ghana Registered Nurses Midwives Association- Greater Accra Region for mentorship.(April, May 2020) Sign participants onto online leadership and management courses; Coursera, Future Learn ( June, July 2020) Organise Seminars with prominent figures from the world of nursing – The Dean, SONM, University of Ghana, The Rector, Ghana College of Nurses & Midwives( August, September 2020) Participants would be enrolled on non – healthcare organisation’s development programmes to gain knowledge outside the health system. Cocoa Processing Company Ghana, Ghana Military Academy to learn about self-discipline and time management. Barclays Bank Ghana for capacity building in Customer care.( Oct, Nov 2020 Coordination of actions. Participants would keep a learning log, report regularly back on the progress of specific challenge set for them and also share their learning with others. (Jan-Decem 2020) Some programmes may run concurrently.

Greater Accra Regional Hospital

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Municipal Hospital, Goaso

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Accra Psychiatric Hospital

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Korle Bu Teaching Hospital

There are 50 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital

There are 10 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Pantang Hospital

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Kenya

Ministry of Health, Kakamega County General Teaching and referral hospital

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Kabarak nursing students (Kabarak University)

There are 15 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

As part of the nursing now challenge I plan to learn and be equipped with the necessary knowledge that would help me take up leadership role as a nurse and help the members of my nursing school be knowldgable and help our society as large. The future of nurses is now and we all need to stand up and be recognized as people of good will ready to help our society improve its health related conditions and Improve the quality of life.The activities that I plan to do is mobilise the members of nursing now challenge in my institution and organize seminars and meetings to teach ourselves about leadership roles and how to improve our society. I could also organize community health meetings and educate the members of the community on preventive, promotive services and other conditions affecting the community.

National Nurses Association of Kenya

There are 50 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Leveraging upon technology to bring the under 35 nurses and midwives in Kenya to be leaders, accelerators and change agents in the Kenyan Health Care Ecosystem. Bring them to the world of health innovation and key aspects of how the future of health care will look like and ready them early enough to lead in this.

Homabay county, Nursing department

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

i. In 2020,we shall organize two international scientific confrences,for western Kenya nurses, for sharing of studies and best practice in nursing ii. 20 nurses below 35 years have been identified for training on leadership and policy by leading reputable training institutions iii. 20 nurses will be linked for exchange program with willing partners/institutions both within and outside Kenya , for them to experience what happens in other parts of the world, with more emphasis on leadership and policy formulation iv. 10 nurses will be sent for training in specialty(higher national diploma) in areas of critical care, nephrology and anesthesiology

kilifi county NNAK

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Kiambu Level 5 Hospital, County Government of Kiambu

There are 50 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Promoting universal health coverage. Sharing access to information about effective practice. Identifying and disseminating information about the benefits of nursing. Strengthening the roles of nurses, particularly in the areas of gender equality and economic development

Kenyatta National Hospital

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

As a paediatric nurse working in theatre.. I will teach and ensure nurses and doctors participate in infection prevention in theatre to improve surgical outcomes by preventing surgical site infections. Also ensure there are clear guidelines for nurses on management of surgical wounds post surgery for neonates and paediatrics that improve wound healing and reduced hospital stay.

The Nairobi Hospital

There are 100 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

The hospital wiss to engage in; Leadership workshops for the nurses, mentoring and pairing nurses with seasoned leaders, series of leadership talks in townhall meetings facilitated by renowned leaders in the country and interactive forums with leader i.e. dinners.

PESI MEDICAL CENTER

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

The Karen Hospital

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Identify a cohort with leadership skill through clinical reasoning quizze and grading system

Mount Kenya University

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust and Mount Kenya University have come together to develop an International Junior Nurse Fellowship in response to the Nursing Now Challenge. This 12-month fellowship programme will be delivered virtually with early career nurses and student nurses learning and sharing together as a joint cohort across both countries. Each participant must have support from their line manager/academic tutor for protected time of one day each month to attend each virtual workshop. As part of the fellowship each individual will produce a robust research proposal (which they will implement during the 12 months) to enable a fantastic opportunity to feed outputs back into their respective organisations and share across the Nursing Now Challenge global platform. Learners will continue their academic studies if they are a registered student and remain in their substantive post if a Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust registered nurse/ nursing associate. The first cohort will be limited to ten registered nurses/ nursing associates from Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust and ten senior nursing students from Kenya.

Lesotho

Queen ‘Mamohato Memorial Hospital

There are 100 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

National University of Lesotho

There are 30 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

The University intends to provide trainings on leadership, management and professionalism. These will be in a form of round table discussions, power-point presentations and games to make the trainings interesting. Nursing models and theories will be applied in all these activities. The department will use material from its Management course NURS 414 and beef it up with information from the Open University Management, leadership and Communication courses.

Queen ‘Mamohato Memorial Hospital

There are 100 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Mafeteng Hospital

There are 25 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Jhpiego Lesotho

There are 30 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Jhpiego globally is implementing the three-year Nursing and Midwifery (N/M) Strategy (2017-2020) whose purpose is to promote the clinical and leadership capacity of its own nurses and midwives, as well as to promote N/M-led care in Jhpiego programs. This strategy is in line with the global initiatives executed to raise the profile of nursing/midwifery, e.g. the Nursing Now Campaign. As one of the pilot countries to implement this N/M Strategy, Jhpiego Lesotho will focus on leadership capacity building as well as good customer care for at least 30 as part of the Florence Nightingale challenge.

Scott hospital

There are 10 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

St James Mission Hospital

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Malawi

Baylor college of medicine Area 25 HC

There are 15 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Mentoring into leadership Up skilling both practical bedside and CPD sessions Regular ongoing presentations and case audits

Namibia

Ongwediva Medipark Academic Hospital

There are 50 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Nigeria

Akwa Ibom State Hospital Management Board

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Kebbi State College of Nursing sciences B/Kebbi

There are 800 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

NCO Healthcare Consulting Limited

There are 100 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

The Nurse Mentorship Academy. we offer the GUIDANCE, INSPIRATION, SUPPORT and TUTORING skills that will help nurses be the best version of themselves in their nursing career journey and in life generally! We are here to guide them and support during the journey and want them to be empowered and successful! The Nurse Mentorship Academy program is a 90 day program that includes monthly meetings, customized mentorship and accountability coaching that is conducted via zoom and one on one.

Alex Ekwueme Federal University Teaching Hospital Abakaliki

There are 150 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

To promote capacity building and good leadership skills among the young nurses as the leaders of tomorrow. To encourage community based health care delivery system in form of follow up, contact tracing and community diagnosis.

University of Port-Harcourt Teaching Hospital

There are 50 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

The activities to be featured includes but not limited to the following: Hold a leaderships summit. Training university of Port-Harcourt teaching hospital nurses within 35 and below on the subject of leadership ( This will be carried out through the facilitation of Nursing Services dept, and lead by head of nursing dept and Chairman National Association of Nurses and Midwifes Upth chapter). Train them on research, encourage them to actively participate on research programs to enable them increase individual experiences and give evidence based care. Emphasise the need to increase community participation for nurses inorder to make more impact in the local communities helping raise awareness of importance of nurses within the environment as part of social participation and well-being of individuals and families. Build mentorship channels for young nurses inorder to develop their leadership potentials learning from those ahead of them and to become leaders who can initiate a program based on observed gaps and needs within clinical and social spheres even at their current level and pursue goals to see those problems solved.

Bauchi State Hospital Management Board

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Health service commission

There are 5 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Availability of primary health care services to the communities Availability of essential medications for example antimalarial drugs Providing antenatal care and postnatal care to mother's and their babies Care of Aged

HOLY ROSARY HOSPITAL EMEKUKU OWERRI

There are 15 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

The institution anticipate to Initiate a rolling programme of board secondments ; whereby a number of young student nurses and midwives (20) are seconded to the board of the hospital, especially in the two learning institutions: school of Nursing and school of midwifery. We hope to arrange short secondments to a different part of the health system, such as ‘buddying’ hospital and community nurses, and midwives with social workers and having them reflect on each other’s leadership practice according to their specialty areas. Holy Rosary Hospital Emekuku plans to adapt existing personal, management and leadership development programmes used by our hopsital and extend them to include selected young nurses and midwives from the both schools. The Principals of School of Nursing and Midwifery has plans of inviting some non-healthcare organisation to undertake training in a skill and capability from which participants might benefit. Some healthcare organisations have asked the local branches( primary health care center used for community experience) to teach them customer service approaches and or drama schools to teach confidence and presentation skills to our young nurses and midwives. Holy Rosary Hospital Emekuku and the board of management anticipate to send some staff nurses on short secondments to a different part of the hospital for example, a quality improvment, strategy team nursing coaching, and into the CEO’s office - to engage with leadership and administration challenges. The nurse managers, hospital matron and school Principals intended to host interactive sessions with management staff to give young nurses and midwives insight into what goes into management of their health system, hospital, and the institution.

Jos University Teaching Hospital

There are 10 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Blooming Nigeria HealthCare LTD.

There are 10 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Nursingworld Nigeria

There are 12 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Our plan is to have the following for the year for all our members: 1. Informative, interactive sessions with guest speakers and experts 2. Connecting with personal role development outside the nursing and midwifery work environment 3. Coaching on leadership

Rephaiah Medical Center

There are 5 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Leadership development in health care - Effective nursing delivery tools utilization - Understanding the roles of the nurse and thier implications to influencing the community. - Nurses participation in politics and policy formulation

UKAged Home

There are 5 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

we run an home care service for the aged and we engage registered nurses for our services. The main activities for the training and development will be as follows, 1-recruit and train more nurses on work ethics in a working environment 2-organize trainings on short courses like basic life support, CPR,etc to boost their knowledge the more. 3-Activities in understanding behavioural traits of patients.this can come in form of games. 4-Teaching of computer skills.

Lily Hospitals Limited

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

My plan is to adapt the current transformation program from Stanford university under a pet project know as Stanford seed which Lily Hospital Limited Leadership is currently working with. Same strategy will be inculcated in all members of the NCM (nightingale challenge members). 1. Value Proposition 2. Business Model Canvas 3. Balance score card 4. Designed Thinking 5. Quality health care deliveries and patient safety. We have our NCM in all the Nurses Committee of the Hospital to understudy what top Nursing Management are doing in line with the Hospital Wide team.

Sierra Leone

sierra leone nurses association

There are 50 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

The Sierra Leone Nurses Association will be engaging with stakeholders for the following reasons: 1. Advocate for registered nurses and ensure that their employers treat them with dignity. 2. Contribute to the improvement of nursing education and practice. 3. Promote continuous professional development. 4. Promote and facilitate nursing research 5. Teach nurses to be involve in leadership at management level

South Africa

Pietersburg Hospital

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Tygerberg Hospital

There are 28 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Life Healthcare Group (Pty) Ltd

There are 70 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

The programme will include leadership and emotional intelligence training; job shadowing and role taking. There will be facilitation by experienced nurse leaders and coaching to support the young nurse leader with her practical assignments and reflective learning.

Mediclinic Southern Africa

There are 24 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

The Mediclinic private hospital group, with 58 hospitals across South Africa and Namibia, has approved the nominations of 24 registered nurses to engage in this programme which will be presented by the corporate office clinical and human resources teams with the hospitals providing additional mentorship. Included in the programme are leadership presentations and tools, including guidance on the use of social media and its impact on professional image, an essential skill for today's nurse leaders, as well as reflection exercises & the compilation of a Portfolio of Evidence.

Africa Health Research Institute

There are 25 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

We will identify a formal leadership course that will develop, sharpen and enhance the leadership skills of the nurses that are employed by our organization.

Sudan

Elfasher University

There are 300 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

My plan started at 2003 for training of midwifes on state of north darfur, and reply the kits of midwifes, I learned many things, and development, and support my also, that is the first works as leadership, Second time at Elfasher university nursing college.

Tanzania

FAMILY WELFARE, PRIMARY HEALTH AND PREVENTIVE SERVICES ORGANIZATION (FWPPS)

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

St Benedict’s Ndanda Referral Hospital (Palliative Care Works)

There are 3 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Palliative Care Works has a long history of working with nurses in LMIC to provide clinical palliative care and teach others. Three Board members are nurses. We now want to support 6 nurses in two hospitals in Southeast Tanzania to gain leadership qualities to build on our successful just-completed UKAid-funded (£50,000) project and to build a regional community of practice of those providing and teaching about palliative care. Two of our nominees (one in each hospital) were members of the teams in this project. They have identified 4 more early-career colleagues who share their interest and enthusiasm for the subject

St Walburg’s Hospital (Palliative Care Works)

There are 3 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Palliative Care Works has a long history of working with nurses in LMIC to provide clinical palliative care and teach others. Three Board members are nurses. We now want to support 6 nurses in two hospitals in Southeast Tanzania to gain leadership qualities to build on our successful just-completed UKAid-funded (£50,000) project and to build a regional community of practice of those providing and teaching about palliative care. Two of our nominees (one in each hospital) were members of the teams in this project. They have identified 4 more early-career colleagues who share their interest and enthusiasm for the subject

Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS) in affiliation with Tanzania Midwives Association – TAMA

There are 4000 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Most of the patient’s emergency conditions requires immediately care, occurs in front of Midwives and Nurses, but yet, majority of them about 80% are less educated to only certificate level. They require leadership skills to empower them making right decision at that critical moments of life saving. Most of maternal and newborn death are preventable: partly, are contributed by just inadequacy leadership skills; for example, insufficiency supply of essential lifesaving commodities/ medicines; lack of skills and knowledge on identification and anticipation of emergency conditions; lack of empowerment to midwives on right decision making. Comprehensive blended mentorship program can avert this

MOUNT MERU REGIONAL REFERAL HOSPITAL

There are 30 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH) – Mloganzila

There are 50 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

NIGHTINGALE CHALLENGES ARE MOSTLY LINKED TO NURSING CARE ROLES WHICH CURRENT ARE NOT GIVEN APROPRIATE DUE TO HUMAN RESOURCE CHALLENGE. THE CONCEQUENCES HAS GREAT IMAPCTS ON PATIENT'S OUTCOMES, WHICH IS COSTLY TO ORGANIZATION, PATIENTS AND SOCIETY AT LARGE: A LADY WITH LAMP HAD THEORY IN CARING AND IT HAD GREAT IMPACTS TO WOUNDED PATIENTS FROM ACLAMIAN WAR. THE ROLES ARE FREE AND COSTLESS THOUGH IT DEMANDS HUMAN RESOURCES WHO CAN FIT THE DEMAND TO PROVIDE THE BEST OUT OF IT. AS MLOGANZILA HOSPITAL WE ARE STRIVING TO LIVE HER THEORIES AND WE ARE EMPHASISING ITS APLICABILITY TOWARD OUR ROUTINES. THE CHALLENGE FACING CURRENT NURSING IS THAT MAJORITY WE DONT WANT TO LIVE NIGHTINGALES WISHES AND INTERVENTIONS, WITH BELIEFS THAT THEY ARE OUTDATED AND NOT AMONG OUR JOB DESCRIPTION. THE MORE WE SCALES UP ACADEMICALLY THE MORE WE DETATCH OUR SELVES FROM BEDSIDE CARE. IN OUR SETTING, WE HAVE NOTED SO MUCH TO WORK ON IF WE ENCOURAGE MORE TRAINED STAFF TO RETURN BACK TO BED SIDE. MORE RESEARCH FROM OUR STAFF ARE ORIGINALLY FROM BEDSIDE AND HAS EVIDENCE BASED AND ACEPTED FOR PUBLISH. WE HAVE ADOPTED ALL CARE RELATED ACTIVITIES FOR PROMOTING HEALING TO OUR PATIENTS. NURSING CARE IS ADVOCATED IN OUR HOSPITAL, WHERE WE EMBRACE WHAT FLORENCE HAS BEEN DOING FOR PATIENTS ON TOP OF OTHER MEDICAL SERVICES;

Mirembe National Mental Health Hospital

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

bagamoyo district hospital

There are 10 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Mbeya Zonal Referral Hospital- MZRH

There are 116 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Muhimbili National Hospital (MNH) – Mloganzila

There are 50 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

NIGHTINGALE CHALLENGES ARE MOSTLY LINKED TO NURSING CARE ROLES WHICH CURRENT ARE NOT GIVEN APROPRIATE DUE TO HUMAN RESOURCE CHALLENGE. THE CONCEQUENCES HAS GREAT IMAPCTS ON PATIENT'S OUTCOMES, WHICH IS COSTLY TO ORGANIZATION, PATIENTS AND SOCIETY AT LARGE: A LADY WITH LAMP HAD THEORY IN CARING AND IT HAD GREAT IMPACTS TO WOUNDED PATIENTS FROM ACLAMIAN WAR. THE ROLES ARE FREE AND COSTLESS THOUGH IT DEMANDS HUMAN RESOURCES WHO CAN FIT THE DEMAND TO PROVIDE THE BEST OUT OF IT. AS MLOGANZILA HOSPITAL WE ARE STRIVING TO LIVE HER THEORIES AND WE ARE EMPHASISING ITS APLICABILITY TOWARD OUR ROUTINES. THE CHALLENGE FACING CURRENT NURSING IS THAT MAJORITY WE DONT WANT TO LIVE NIGHTINGALES WISHES AND INTERVENTIONS, WITH BELIEFS THAT THEY ARE OUTDATED AND NOT AMONG OUR JOB DESCRIPTION. THE MORE WE SCALES UP ACADEMICALLY THE MORE WE DETATCH OUR SELVES FROM BEDSIDE CARE. IN OUR SETTING, WE HAVE NOTED SO MUCH TO WORK ON IF WE ENCOURAGE MORE TRAINED STAFF TO RETURN BACK TO BED SIDE. MORE RESEARCH FROM OUR STAFF ARE ORIGINALLY FROM BEDSIDE AND HAS EVIDENCE BASED AND ACEPTED FOR PUBLISH. WE HAVE ADOPTED ALL CARE RELATED ACTIVITIES FOR PROMOTING HEALING TO OUR PATIENTS. NURSING CARE IS ADVOCATED IN OUR HOSPITAL, WHERE WE EMBRACE WHAT FLORENCE HAS BEEN DOING FOR PATIENTS ON TOP OF OTHER MEDICAL SERVICES;

Ngarenaro Health Centre

There are 12 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

To reduce perinatal and maternal death by conducting on job training to health care providers. Strengthening professional association TANNA to facilitate nursing issues.

East, Central and Southern Africa College of Nursing (ECSACON)

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

As a professional body of nurses and midwives for the East, Central and Southern Africa who has the mission of improving the quality of health of the communities in this region through strengthening the contribution of nurses and midwives towards delivery of quality health care services. In doing this we are aiming at empowering a total of 30 young nurses from 15 member countries ( two nurses per country) in strategic leadership skills to prepare them to become future leaders in Nursing, health systems and beyond.

Tasakhtaa Global Hospital

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Identify areas of concentration n/interest on the campaign example leadership skills education, Nurses self-recognition, government policy that empower nurses etc. All nurses under nurses volunteer leaders for NNC 2020. identify volunteer nurses leaders for the NNC 2020. create action plan for the campaign at the hospital level. Each hospital volunteer nurse leader shall bring the action plan for the NNC 2020 FEBRUARY Plan for the mass media session on NNC i.e. Television and radio. All nurses who has joined the NNC 2020. Choose the subject(S) to present/discuss basing on the theme of NNC 2020 and have thorough discussion on the subject. Each group shall communicate via leaders on the plans of mass media talk modality and come up with official schedule of the sessions which shall be advertised on social medias. MARCH Interhospitals NNC round table confrence. All nurses from all hospitals under the volunteer nurses leaders. Prepare a lesson plan for the chosen subjects basing on the NNC 2020 theme. Participation of all nurses on the round table discussion.

Uganda

Masaka Regional Referral Hospital

There are 30 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

The Nursing profession in my Country has remained under valued because nurses have not fully appreciated their value and the big role they play in the health sector. We therefore plan to train and engage these early career Nurses in leadership activities, focusing on ensuring that their competency in the profession is satisfactory to motivate and inspire them to take the lead in critically assessing,planning and executing their services confidently. To involve them in Nursing Research and appreciate evidence based care. This will improve how they see themselves and the profession

Iganga Hospital

There are 50 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

As an institution we plan to organize a campaign around the hospital compound to showcase to the population services provided through nursing procedures, that will create a clean picture to the abilities of the nursing rather than what the community expected from the nurses

Mulago National Referral Hospital

There are 200 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Training young nurses of 35 and below age in leadership . Training the all nurses but emphasis to those of 35 years and below in applied research . Nurses conducting applied research for evidence based health care delivery at least 10 by 2020

Makerere University -John Hopkins University Research Collaboration (MUJHU)

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

As a research institution, some of the programs that we have identified and hope to train the nurses in include but not limited to: • Soft skills training (Communication skills, problem solving, conflict resolution, presentation, team work, time management, adaptability, emotional intelligence skills etc.) • Scientific writing • Grant writing /Project Proposal Writing and Resource Mobilization • Effective Leadership, Mentoring & Coaching Skills in Contemporary organizations • Delivering Great Customer Experience (Customer care) • Statistical Data Analysis Using SPSS and Epi-info • Performance Management in Organizations Lastly we hope and plan to have some nurse /midwives get enrolled into into Degree and Post graduate courses.

Moyo General Hospital

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

In the year 2020, with the help of the administrators, young nurses and Midwives must be empowered to have Quality Improvement skills at their finger tips in order to provide quality service to the community ie, (IPC) infection prevention and control within the hospital and the hospital premises through community sensitisation about preventable diseases, Educating women of Reproductive age from time of conception up to peperum to avoid complications to mothers. We shall also form nurses and Midwives small saving group which helps during salary delay!

Midwife-led Community Transformation (MILCOT)

There are 2 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

MILCOT will train midwives about teenage mothers' and adolescent counselling. This will build the capacity of midwives in managing young mothers whom they encounter both in community and clinical environment. The programme will include a number of activities with the midwives and with teenage mothers and adolescents in the community. We are going to design our programme with the senior trainers in youths/adolescent health and share with you as we follow your guidance.

Aga Khan University

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Working closely with the Nursing Now country co-ordinator we are developing a leadership programme for nurses and midwives in Uganda. The plan is to develop a 3 month programme on a part time basis of three three day monthly blocks to equip nurses and midwives with practical leadership skills for improving care in Uganda

MUJHU Research Collaboration

There are 10 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Zambia

Women and Newborn Hospital, Ministry of Health Zambia (Midwives Association of Zambia)

There are 150 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

We want to train young midwives in leadership and governance. Considering that our Association is an organisation that need good leadership and governance in order to effectively manage the affairs of the Association.Young leaders will be trained in how to be innovative especially that we are in a LMIC, we need Midwives who will have the advocacy skill and be able to sit on decision making tables to speak on behalf of others. Similarly, the student midwives require skill in readiness for their future career progression. They will be expected to understand the concept of good leadership. As part of the Nursing now Challenge, The Midwives Association of Zambia will train 100 midwives and at least 50 students from different colleges.

University of Zambia, school of Nursing sciences (Midwives Association of Zambia)

There are nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

We want to train young midwives in leadership and governance. Considering that our Association is an organisation that need good leadership and governance in order to effectively manage the affairs of the Association.Young leaders will be trained in how to be innovative especially that we are in a LMIC, we need Midwives who will have the advocacy skill and be able to sit on decision making tables to speak on behalf of others. Similarly, the student midwives require skill in readiness for their future career progression. They will be expected to understand the concept of good leadership. As part of the Nursing now Challenge, The Midwives Association of Zambia will train 100 midwives and at least 50 students from different colleges.

University of Zambia School of Medicine (Midwives Association of Zambia)

There are nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

We want to train young midwives in leadership and governance. Considering that our Association is an organisation that need good leadership and governance in order to effectively manage the affairs of the Association.Young leaders will be trained in how to be innovative especially that we are in a LMIC, we need Midwives who will have the advocacy skill and be able to sit on decision making tables to speak on behalf of others. Similarly, the student midwives require skill in readiness for their future career progression. They will be expected to understand the concept of good leadership. As part of the Nursing now Challenge, The Midwives Association of Zambia will train 100 midwives and at least 50 students from different colleges.

Lusaka College of Nursing (Midwives Association of Zambia)

There are nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

We want to train young midwives in leadership and governance. Considering that our Association is an organisation that need good leadership and governance in order to effectively manage the affairs of the Association.Young leaders will be trained in how to be innovative especially that we are in a LMIC, we need Midwives who will have the advocacy skill and be able to sit on decision making tables to speak on behalf of others. Similarly, the student midwives require skill in readiness for their future career progression. They will be expected to understand the concept of good leadership. As part of the Nursing now Challenge, The Midwives Association of Zambia will train 100 midwives and at least 50 students from different colleges.

University Teaching Hospitals – Cancer Diseases Hospital

There are 25 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

a leadership programme that will involve access to the courses available at www.ihi.org, piloting a locally designed clinical leadership module in collaboration with the University of Zambia School of Nursing and a six months mentorship programme in collaboration with local nurse leaders from the Ministry of Health, our hospital and other clinical sites, the General Nursing Council and the Zambia Union of Nurses Organisations. The mentorship programme will also comprise some clinical components or skills in addition to practice alongside a senior nurse or health leader in a ward/hospital/clinic/provincial health office/ministry of health for managerial/policy roles of nurses in delivering health care in Zambia, specifically cancer care. At the end of the programme each nurse will present a brief/portfolio of what they have learnt and we hope that by the end of the six months we will have developed a confident and competent pool of nurses ready to tackle the challenges of 21st century nursing.

University Teaching Hospitals – Cancer Diseases Hospital

There are 25 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

a leadership programme that will involve access to the courses available at www.ihi.org, piloting a locally designed clinical leadership module in collaboration with the University of Zambia School of Nursing and a six months mentorship programme in collaboration with local nurse leaders from the Ministry of Health, our hospital and other clinical sites, the General Nursing Council and the Zambia Union of Nurses Organisations. The mentorship programme will also comprise some clinical components or skills in addition to practice alongside a senior nurse or health leader in a ward/hospital/clinic/provincial health office/ministry of health for managerial/policy roles of nurses in delivering health care in Zambia, specifically cancer care. At the end of the programme each nurse will present a brief/portfolio of what they have learnt and we hope that by the end of the six months we will have developed a confident and competent pool of nurses ready to tackle the challenges of 21st century nursing.

Arthur Davison College of Paediatrics and Child Health Nursing

There are 3 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Women and Newborn Hospital University Teaching Hospital MoH

There are 20 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.

Zimbabwe

Harare central hospital

There are 5 nurses / midwives enrolled in this programme.