Gambia HealthCare Matters Attends Nurses Event in London

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The GHMUK, a charitable organisation registered in England and Wales was represented by the group Chairman Musa Krubally and its adviser Yankuba Jabbi, CEO of Jabbi Maiduu Clinic in The Gambia.

By: Foday Manneh

The Gambia Healthcare Matters in the United Kingdom (GHMUK) has attended the International Nurses and Midwives Association (INMA) yearly event to boost their collaboration with other associations towards improving the healthcare system in the Gambia.

The Florence Nightingale Foundation (FNF) hosted the event, which supports nurses and midwives to improve healthcare and save lives. It brought together 33 nurse and midwives associations at the Unison headquarters in London, UK.

The GHMUK, a charitable organization registered in England and Wales, was represented by the group Chairman Musa Krubally and its adviser Yankuba Jabbi, CEO of Jabbi Maiduu Clinic (JMC) in The Gambia.

According to Mr. Jabbi, the event allowed them to expose their organization and network to opportunities to share ideas and expertise to collaborate in undertaking projects in The Gambia.

“This is an organization of Healthcare workers and other professionals who want to contribute their skills and expertise towards the betterment of the healthcare system in The Gambia,” Jabbi told TAT.

Yankuba Jabbi, CEO of Jabbi Maiduu Clinic in The Gambia.

“This would be achieved through collaboration, partnership, and the sharing of resources such as providing medical equipment supplies sourced from the UK to hospitals, clinics, and medical centers in the Gambia,” he added.

The experienced nurse also highlighted that his organization would educate and raise awareness of health-related issues.

“GHM (UK) was also invited to celebrate its member’s achievements and contributions within the NHS England and in the charity’s contribution in their members’ home country, the Gambia as well,” Jabbi outlined.

As a UK-based charity established almost 90 years ago, FNF launched its FNF Global this year to reach one million nurses and midwives by 2027 (FNF, 2023). It supports nurses and midwives by empowering them to use their professional voice effectively and seek all opportunities to influence healthcare policy and practice.

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