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Why Tatu Nurse

  /  Why Tatu Nurse

Doctors allow you to live; nurses make you want to live. There is a special place in heaven for nurses. – Joe Biden

“When I think about all the patients and their loved ones I have worked with over the years, I know most of them don’t remember me, nor I them. But I do know that I gave a little piece of myself to each of them, and they to me, and those threads make up the tapestry that is my career in nursing.” —Donna Wilk Cardillo

“Nurse: just another word to describe a person strong enough to tolerate anything and soft enough to understand anyone.”

“Nurses are there when the last breath is taken, and nurses are there when the first breath is taken. Although it is more enjoyable to celebrate the birth, it is just as important to comfort in death.” —Christine Bell

Becoming a nurse is one of the most selfless acts a person can undertake. In a society of so many different races, cultures, customs, and beliefs, nurses are a universal gift to all, and the dedicated work that they do and kindness they deliver on a daily basis should serve as a reminder of the fundamental humanity inside us all.


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Why Now

2020 is the World Health Organization’s Year of the Nurse and Midwife which was supposed to raise the profile and perceptions of nurses globally. Unfortunately, this year, more than 600 nurses have died globally due to the pandemic. Nurses are uniquely at risk of such pandemics.

The pandemic has exposed the weakness in health care systems all over the world most especially in resource poor settings. Nurses are working at the frontline but lacking Personal Protective Equipment and even tools to use.

The WHO state of nursing report shows that the world is facing a global shortage of 6 million nurses to achieve and sustain universal health coverage especially. We need to create nursing jobs and support nursing education. Beyond PPE and physical safety, nurses deserve timely pay, sick leave, health insurance and mental health support.

The State of the world’s nursing 2020 report provides the latest, most up-to-date evidence on and policy options for the global nursing workforce.

TatuNurse app now available for use by Ugandan nurses.