Kenyan wins Aster Guardian International Nursing Award

His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, President of the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority and Chairman and Chief Executive of Emirates Group, honored the winner of the “Aster Guardian Global Nursing” award, specializing in the field of nursing, as part of a big celebration held on this occasion yesterday at the Atlantis Hotel in Dubai, to celebrate the exceptional contributions. For nurses from around the world, the honor comes as a confirmation of Dubai’s position as a major center for celebrating innovators in various fields and specialties from all corners of the globe.

At the ceremony, His Highness Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum presented the top prize to the first place winner, Anna Duba of Kenya, worth $250,000, from the 10 nurses nominated for the award final.

The winner is the first female graduate in her village and the only one to have the opportunity to receive an education in her family, in recognition of her efforts in community service as she has made many great contributions through which she has managed to maintain the quality of healthy living in her community. In addition, financial incentives were awarded to the rest of the finalists. the price.

The ceremony was attended by the Director General of the Dubai Health Authority, Awad Saghir Al Ketbi, the Director of the Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences, the Executive Director of the Dubai Academic Health Corporation, Dr. Amer Ahmed Sharif, and the founder, chairman and general manager of the Aster DM Healthcare Group, Dr Azad Mobin, and a number of health leaders and officials.

The “Aster Guardian Global Nurses” award celebrates excellence in the healthcare sector and honors the underserved soldiers of the nursing workforce for their vital role in providing excellent healthcare despite the challenges posed by the recent “Covid-19” pandemic. and awarded to more than 24,000 nurses from 184 countries, the award aims to highlight the contributions and sacrifices of the nursing staff and their exemplary professional commitment in conjunction with International Nursing Day, which is celebrated on 12 January each year. May falls.

Anna Duba expressed her overwhelming happiness at this win and emphasized that receiving this honor motivates her to do more, work and persevere to provide quality services to patients, expressing her gratitude and gratitude for the Aster’s unlimited support. DM Group to health care providers.

dr. Azad Mobin congratulated Anna Duba on receiving this well-deserved honor within the Aster Guardian Global Nursing Award, which was launched to empower and motivate the nursing staff who are the mainstay of healthcare and play a central role in patient care. many sacrifices to fulfill the duties and duties entrusted to them.

He added: “We are looking to expand the scope of the award by receiving more nominations and initiatives from around the world in the upcoming sessions, due to the positive impact of the award in supporting workers in this noble profession and highlighting the inspiring human experiences of young generations seeking to complete their careers in nursing and care.”

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The award received entries by region, including Asia, Africa, Middle East, Europe, United States of America, Canada, South America, Australia, and others.

All applications have undergone a rigorous, multi-stage review by an independent jury composed of well-known international personalities, experts and professionals in the healthcare sector.

• 24,000 male and female nurses from 184 countries took part in the prize.

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