Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians

by Hospital Pablo Tobon Uribe
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Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Help 90 young Colombians become nurse technicians
Yaisuri
Yaisuri

¨My name is Yaisuri and I am from a small rural town called Támesis. My family believes that becoming a Nurse Technician at the Hospital Pablo Tobón Uribe is a unique opportunity. They have all of the expectations that I will be able to achieve my dreams. For my parents it is not easy to provide economic support for my siblings and I. Ever since I started this dream they have tried to support me. Although it is difficult to travel to Medellín from my town, with a lot of dedication and with the help of God, we have worked together to achieve this dream.

This is one of the greatest things that has happened to me. All of the illusions in my mind of becoming a Nurse Technician at the Hospital Pablo Tobón Uribe have come true. All of the obstacles that I have had to encounter are now only memories that motivate me to do my best everyday and challenge me to reach all of my other goals. To become a Nurse Technician is to feel a beautiful sensation in helping others with all of my heart. When I fulfill this dream, my main goal is to help my family economically. I would love to provide my mother with her dream of having a house. When I achieve that dream, I will like to keep studying in the health field. It gives my life a purpose and it is what makes me happy."

At the Hospital Pablo Tobon Uribe we are very thankful for your donations. They reach our students, their families and our community. Helping our students allows us to take care of our community. Please share this beautiful project with your friends and family.

Warm Regards,

Hospital Pablo Tobón Uribe

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Daniela
Daniela

My name is Daniela, I am in my first semester at the Institute of the Hospital Pablo Tobón Uribe. For my family and I, becoming a Nurse Technician is more than just a goal, it means reaching my entire family’s dream. I am aware of the amount of responsibilities it implies, but as the whole process goes by, it all results in daily satisfactions. My experience as a student leads me to take huge steps in the path that is reaching my life project. It makes me more available to helping and providing support to others. It also strengthens my values, improves my flaws and allows me to grow as a person. My biggest aspiration when I go through this beautiful process is to see my mother’s smile and making everyone in my family proud.

When I graduate, my dream is to become a Nurse Technician at the Hospital. Where I can share my training with others in favor of our patients. I would like to achieve enriching experiences with others to continue this process of constant learning. In the future, I dream of becoming a professional nurse with the solid bases that the Institute has provided me.

At the Hospital Pablo Tobon Uribe we are very thankful for your donations. They reach our students, their families and our community. Helping our students allows us to take care of our community. Please share our project to your friends and family.

Warm Regards,

Hospital Pablo Tobon Uribe´s Team

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Maria Salome
Maria Salome

María Salomé Giraldo Bedoya is a 19 year old student at the Instituto de Educación Hospital Pablo Tobon Uribe since 2016. As an only child, she lives with her family on the mountains of Medellín. Her father transports washing machines for a living, while her mother stays at home taking care of the house. María Salomé stands out as a spontaneous, joyful and caring young woman. According to her, she is “completely blessed to have the unconditional support from our benefactors, the Hospital and the Institute.” She says the hospital is her second home, where she has learned so much from every person she meets. “They have a great heart, and I am so proud to be a part of this great family. Thank you very much for your support.”

As of today, we are proud to say that the Instituto de Educacion has 395 graduates. Our next promotion will start this month. We are blessed with your donations and need more of our Help.

Thank you very much,

Hospital Pablo Tobon Uribe

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As a 19 year-old young woman, Anyi Paola dreams of becoming a nurse technician in order to help others and improve the quality of life of her and her family. She lives in a vulnerable neighborhood in the mountains of Medellin, sharing her home with her father, mother, grandfather and brother. She enjoys watching romantic movies and spending time with her boyfriend.

“Since I was little I want to study medicine or nursing, a profession that serves people, where I can be God’s medium in helping others”, says Anyi.

As she followed her dream to help others, Anyi encountered economic barriers, but her teacher in school told her about the Educational Institute at Hospital Pablo Tobon Uribe and encouraged her to enroll. “When I was called for the interview and I realized the costs, I was deeply discouraged. But my mother told me, not to worry, that we would find a way. To my surprise, the Institute provides scholarships, not only for the tuition, but for my transportation as well. Ever since I was notified that I could enter the Institute with a scholarship, my life, my thoughts and my expectations not only changed for me, but for my entire family as well. My dream of becoming a nurse technician is coming true, bringing me countless of blessings.Thank you to all of the people that gave me this big help with which I can improve my future and that of my family.”

There are many young adults in the same position as Anyi Paola, waiting for an opportunity like this to change their lives. For this reason, Hospital Pablo Tobon Uribe counts on the Institute of Education to make an impact on the lives of young adults between 17 and 22 years-old from vulnerable areas in the country. This allows them to have the opportunity to pursue a career as nurse technicians.

Thank you for your help.

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Hospital Pablo Tobon Uribe

Location: Medellin, Antioquia - Colombia
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Project Leader:
Diana Pavas
Medellin, Colombia
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