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Following an admonition by Margaret Brayton MBE, general secretary of the Commonwealth Nurses’ Federation, speaking at a conference of diaspora nurses: “Never forget your colleagues back home!”, and motivated by growing concern over economic and social conditions impacting negatively upon the health of the people of Guyana, a group of ‘concerned nurses’ met in Elstree and took the decision to form an Association of Guyanese Nurses and Allied Professionals. The following year (1988) AGNAP was inaugurated at Hackney town hall
To date AGNAP has facilitated training in the UK of seven GSCTA healthcare professionals. In accordance with UN policy, AGNAP will continue to help with the development of this fledgling organization through clinical training and updating of its practitioners both in the UK and Guyana.
Support to this voluntary organization continues. A caring mother, who lost her daughter to cancer and who benefitted from the support and counselling of services in the UK, approached AGNAP to help establish a similar service in Guyana.
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