Nurses Charitable Association UK is a charity organization established in January 1998 in the UK. The association represents approximately 3,000 Nigerian nurses and intends to establish chapters nationwide. Our mission is to provide a forum for collective action by Nigerian nurses to "investigate, define and determine issues affecting its members with a view to implement change to alleviate and improve living and working standards amongst members"
Nigerian Nurses Charitable Association UK is committed to excellence in education and aims to conduct continuing education programs for nurses and allied health professionals throughout the yearly.
Nigerian Nurses Charitable Association UK will collaborate with private and public agencies/organizations that share common concerns for improving health. We intend to publish Newsletters four times a year: Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter.
Nigerian Nurses Charitable Association UK will also convene an Annual National Conference. The Association will host an Annual Conference in the summer of each year which will feature the most prominent speakers in Nursing and Health care.MEET OUR TEAMS
The Nigerian Nurses Charitable Association was set up to relive the poverty and distress by the provision of practical contributions to the delivery of healthcare and to advance education by promoting health education in Nigeria and United Kingdom.JOIN US NOW
The Nigerian Nurses Charitable Association UK provides leadership to advance nursing practice, improve health care for all Africans and Caribbeans, particularly the unserved and the underserved and shape health policy for the access and delivery of health care services. We are actively engaged in the many issues currently challenging the profession of nursing.
There is no better time than now that African and Caribbean nurses need to work together in their professional association to not only survive, but to prosper in this time of change in the reform of our health care system.
The Nigerian Nurses Charitable Association was set up to relive the poverty and distress by the provision of practical contributions to the delivery of healthcare and to advance education by promoting health education in Nigeria and United Kingdom.