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END OF THE YEAR POST

END OF THE YEAR POST

End of the year thoughts to all beautiful FAMSAites and acquaintances all over the world

2016 has been a positively eventful year for us all in FAMSA (although with hurdles), loaded with lots of programs, conferences and awareness. Just as our constitution stated … play a significant role in improvement of the health of African people and the problems of African society in as much as they fall within the purview of medicine and the realization… we have played our role and made our impact at various levels. This could be seen in our vast Social media Campaigns, website upgrade, our Antibiotics awareness week Campaigns, world Hepatitis Day Campaign, world blood Donor Day campaign and various outreaches, talks/symposia and events by our standing committees (SCOHE, SCOPUB, SCOPA, SCOMER and SCOPE) in the different member country of the association.

Therefore, as 2016 comes to an end in grand style and we move into the New Year, below are the thoughts of FAMSA Executives (2016/2017 Administration) to you for the year;

“Let’s raise our toast to yesterday’s achievements and tomorrow’s brighter future. Happy New Year FAMSAites”.

Njang M. Emmanuel,
FAMSA President

 

“As we come to the end of this year 2016, I want to appreciate everyone that participated or contributed in one way or the other to achieve the goal of “our FAMSA” towards the improvement of health in Africa. I pray that we all will experience a fruitful 2017 as we continue to work hard and work together to make our continent a healthy place. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year”.

ONAGA, Zita Ugochukwu,
Administrator, FAMSA Administrator

 

“We can boldly say it’s been a fruitful and blessed year; one which we have created a massive awareness, had more schools involved in FAMSA’s activities and hosted a regional meeting In the University of Capecoast, Ghana. I can say we have found and implemented purpose.

We are the voice of Africa; we are the future of Africa’s health system, we are the next and most important indication of how the health system would look like in years to come. The 31st  FAMSA General Assembly is to hold in March, 2017 at the Niger Delta University, Bayelsa State, Nigeria and it promises to be explosive. Let’s come around and let’s meet each other. Myself and my team wishes you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year ahead”.

Dr. Oyegbile Olajide
West Africa Regional Coordinator, FAMSA

 

As 2016 comes to an end, let’s take some time out to reflect on what an awesome or not so awesome year it was. Let’s make big changes based on these reflections and let’s hope for a beautiful 2017. To every FAMSAite out there, let’s keep on breaking boundaries and let’s be the change we want in Africa. Here’s to greater things in the year 2017! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year beautiful people!

OMIYE, Jesutofunmi Adesanmi
Director of Media Externa, FAMSA

 

2016 has come and gone, we forge ahead more powerfully into 2017 to do more exploit. On behalf of all Members of the Standing Committee of Publications (SCOPUB), Director of External Media (Mr. Omiye Jesutofunmi), all Regional Coordinators, all FAMSA Board Executives and other Standing Committees… We want to wish you the best of the year to come and we hope to see and have more of you in our various FAMSA activities for the year. And don’t forget to visit and join our different social media pages.

Compiled by
Agoyi M. Oluwakemisola
Chairperson, SCOPUB – FAMSA

Email: oluwakemisolaagoyi@gmail.com
Email: famsaarchives@gmail.com
Website: famsanet.org
Twitter: @famsa2
Instagram: Official_FAMSA
Facebook: Federation of African Medical students’ Associations (FAMSA)

 

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