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Qoloria’s Eye On Helping

Vasenai Qoloria, who has been a nurse practitioner for nine years, says education is a very important tool in life. “I am not new to graduating because education has been
13 Dec 2015 10:50
Qoloria’s Eye On Helping
Vasenai Qoloria during the FNU Graduation at the Vodafone Arena yesterday.

Vasenai Qoloria, who has been a nurse practitioner for nine years, says education is a very important tool in life.

“I am not new to graduating because education has been part of my life and I will continue to broaden my knowledge in years to come. Nothing will stop me from learning many things in the future,” Ms Qoloria said.

She is originally from Nabalesere, Saivou, Ra, and is the youngest of eight siblings in her family.

The 44-year-old said: “I was chosen by Sister Alumita Ravono from our department at Nakorovatu Health Centre in Wailevu West, Cakaudrove, to join in the course. Today I am thankful to her for trusting me and to the Pacific Eye Institute for sponsoring me.”

She graduated with a Post Graduate Diploma in Eye Care.

“I was one of the two lucky iTaukei applicants chosen for this course among others from the South Pacific – Solomon Islands, Tuvalu, Western Samoa, and Federated States of Micronesia.

“This course will help me examine, diagnose, treat eye conditions and refer cases that are beyond our line of care like cataract patients for surgeries at base hospitals,” she said.

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