End of Year Message 2015

On this Season of giving and celebration, we want to thank you for being a nurse and above all a part of the Ghana Nurses Association of Virginia (GHANAVA)!

 

We truly appreciate your great efforts in keeping contacts with GHANAVA and providing quality nursing services to your clients within your area of expertise and competence in the year 2015.

 

Just remember that you helped us in reaching some of our goals in promoting health education to our vulnerable Ghanaian population. It is a great feeling to know that together as a team we can change lives. Thank You!

In the coming days, the leadership of Ghanava will unveil our program for 2016.

 

Also, we want to let you know that in our efforts to maintain our visibility in the Community and to communicate even more frequently with each other, we have worked diligently towards our objective of creating an interactive Website. It is officially launched and on the internet. You can check it out right now and if you have any feedback to make it better, please let any member of the leadership team know for we value your contribution and feedback. You can access it at: www.ghanava.org. You will need to provide your own PIN in order to go to the ANNOUNCEMENT Members Section Only, so you can communicate with us privately including submitting your ideas etc.

 

In addition, we have established our presence on Face Book (FB). These are some of the few steps we have taken to remain visible and keep tab with every member. Please, if you haven’t already done so, check us out on FB and “Like” us. You may access our site at www.facebook.com/ghanava

 

Again, you are all valuable members of GHANAVA and we thank you for your membership and support. We really yearn to see more of you in the year 2016.

 

In closing, let us continue to always do our best, show kindness and touch the lives of the people we serve for as Winston Churchill once said, “You make a living by what you get, but you make a life by what you give.”  Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a very Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year 2016.

 

Sincerely,

 

Daniel Ampomah, RN, PhD. (president)

Fred Yeboah, RN, BSN. (secretary)

Mina Aggrey, RN. MSN. (treasurer)