St. Luke College of Nursing and Midwifery
Activities on College of Nursing and Midwifry-2016-2017
Annual plan prepared 2 weeks before academic year 2016/17 by the college faculty under the guidance of academic coordinator
On 3rd of October 2016, the academic activities were started with level III and Level IV students. (year 2 and year 3students)
Gutema Achamyeleh assigned as tutor from Hospital with request of college at the beginning of academic year
New license for nursing training - after 4 years the college re start training nursing students this year. The reason for suspend was nationally there were many nurses without work and need to give them chance first.
Renewal of midwifery license – was done every year as the usual.
Women’s day celebration – it was celebrated with mothers at maternity waiting area with health education, coffee ceremony, drama and thanks giving speech for mothers on the occasion.
Budging ceremony - the symbol of profession, the budge(red, blue and green), were given for first, second and third year respectively with the professional pledge in the presence of Sr.Clara(GM), Dr.Gaetano(MD), Fr.Kebede, Sr.Askale(matron), fathers , sisters, Ac, tutors and others guests on 26th of May.
BEmONC training – for the first time, this on job training was given for our Training is to develop the skill and knowledge of the graduate to handle basic emergency obstetrics problems at rural area where there is no senior Health center program- 3rd year students assigned in 3 health centers (Dilela, Goro and Gurura) for a week to get experience on activities in health center and Maternal and child health given there.
Fistula Hospital visit - for experience sharing on care of mothers with fistula care the graduate visited Hamlin Fistula Hospital for one day (August 1, 2017).
Recognition certificate and award to the college - Our college got the award and certificate of recognition being first and best COC assessment site from Oromia regional state.
Recognition certificate and award to the college
15th - Graduation Ceremony-12th Aug-2017
St.Luke catholic hospital and College of Nursing College and midwifery were very privileged to celebrate 15th Graduation ceremony of
24 Midwifery students 4th batch-2017. His Excellency Rt. Rev. Bishop Musie, the chair person of the Board of Governors of St.Luke Catholic Hospital, and other 2 bishops were with us
with many other religious priests and sister. We were also pleased to invite our stakeholders from Oromia Regional health Beauro Ato. Abera Seifu, Ato.Tolesa Terefe, representative from
south west Soha Zonal administration, Ato.Teffera Fayesa Zonal health department head, Ato. Tesfaye Woyesa the Assistant wolisso town mayor, Hospital advisory committee members, Town elders,
Kebele leaders, and all other Government officials and church leaders, and all honorable and invited guests, Hearty welcome to you all.
St. Luke College of Nursing 15thGraduation Ceremony!!!
14th - Graduation Ceremony-12th Aug-2017
St. Luke Catholic College of Nursing & Midwifery started in 2000. Currently it has a
total of 90 students in the three years of the Midwifery course. In 2016 a total of 40
midwifery students graduated and all of them got easily and quickly an employment.
In the government competency examinations (COC) held at St. Luke’s during the
year, First year students achieved 100% result in Level II, Second year students attained
100% in level III. Third year students scored 97.5% in level IV. We appreciate all college
faculties who worked hard to transfer their knowledge efficiently.
St. Luke College of Nursing 14thGraduation Ceremony!!!
– 2016: The Graduation Ceremony of 40 midwives was held on 6th August
2016 presided by the Guest of Honour Rt. Rev. Abune Musie G/Giorgis, Bishop of Emdiber
Eparchy and Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Hospital. Government officials (Ato
Abera Seifu from ORHB, Ato Dejene Urgesa from Zonal Administration Office), religious and
parents attended the celebration.
Summary of student’s admissions and results of the last 5 years
One week field experience in Health Centres for the students of the graduate
class was organised to give experience of maternal and newborn care at the
level of health centres. The health centres were Dilela HC, Guerra HC, Goro
HC and Wolisso HC-2.
Two days training on long acting methods Family Planning was attended by
the third year students at Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia, Wolisso
One week training on natural method of family planning by ECS staff third
Students continued their learning also outside the classrooms in various
occasions. They were supported to take up leadership roles in the planning
and preparation of the International Woman’s Day, one day feeding program
for poor elders and children and gave them clothes.