AYNLA Media Advisory: Nurses Sign National Manifesto of Support to RH Bill & Sets Talks on Unemployment of Nurses

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The Alliance of Young Nurse Leaders & Advocates International Inc. (AYNLA) is a non-stock, non-profit, professional organization of nurse advocates working on helping achieve the Millennium Development Goals, access to universal healthcare, promotion of primary healthcare and protection of nurses & health professionals’ rights & welfare. AYNLA is a registered young professional organization of the National Youth Commission and also with the World Health Organization Global Health Workforce Alliance.

This year AYNLA will be organizing its second national convention & general assembly called The 2nd Millennium Convention with the theme “E=MC2: Engaging in Maternal & Child Health to Achieve MDGs 4 & 5”. This is will be on October 08-09, 2011 at Great Eastern Hotel, Quezon Avenue, Quezon City. The 2nd Millennium Convention is in response to the National Reproductive Health Campaign & the call for the passage of the Reproductive Health Bill.

We would like to request your presence as the Alliance will be turning over its National Manifesto of Support of Nurses to the RH Bill and to answer questions on the current state of nurses & the unemployment crisis during the Consultative Session with DOH, PRC and some invited legislators on October 09, 2011, 1:00 in the afternoon, Great Eastern Hotel, Quezon City. A large copy of the manifesto will be printed and will be signed by all attending nurses, students, health advocates and guests & legislators.

Should you confirm your attendance, please contact the undersigned at +63915-958-6763 or (02) 509-6327 and by sending us an e-mail to [email protected]. Snacks will be served.

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Yours in service,

Alvin Cloyd Dakis, RN, MSN(ue)
Founding Chairman & National President, AYNLA
Overall Chair, 2nd Millennium Convention

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