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The first class of Orthopedic Officers in the Democratic Republic of Congo graduated

On Saturday, August 14th, 2010, the first class of Orthopedic Officers in the Democratic Republic of Congo graduated. Twelve men from Congo and Rwanda graduated, having completed three years of comprehensive training. They were given their diplomas by the Minister of Health at a ceremony at the University of Goma. Their teacher, Charles Bikulo Mukembanyi, completed his training at Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda. He has worked with HEAL Africa for the past ten years.

Orthopedic officers graduate Aug 2011 from HEAL Africa training hospital

Congratulations Mr. Bikulo & students:

  • Augustin Lungele Mushoki, Goma, North Kivu
  • Benjamin Lwayivweka Ngahangondi of Butembo, North Kivu
  • Christian Katembo Kamavu, Butembo, North Kivu
  • Cito Ruhangaza, Goma, North Kivu
  • Cyprien Mahano, Shyira, Rwanda
  • Gervais Paluku Sivaheswa, Katwa, North Kivu
  • Issacar Bahati Mpagazehe, Rwanguba, North Kivu
  • Jean de Dieu Mukeshimana, Shyira, Rwanda
  • Jeremie Dedetemo-Tangele of Karawa, Equator
  • Jonas Bauni Yunusa, Kindu, Maniema
  • Kaliki Mumbere, Butembo, North Kivu
  • Moise Kakule Sibabikwa, Nyamilima, North Kivu

We wish all the best to these young men as they return to their home hospitals and are now able to provide better care for orthopedic patients.

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