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PHOTO: Chinese donate textbooks to Trelawny nursing institute

Thursday, November 15, 2018

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Nicole Hoo Fatt, vice-president, Chinese Benevolent Association (CBA), points out a feature of this textbook on nursing to Ray Anthony McFarlane, representative of A Gentle Touch of Care Training Institute in Falmouth, Trelawny. The book was one in a collection of 25 donated by the CBA to the training institute on Friday, November 9 at the CBA Centre, 176 Old Hope Road, Kingston 6. The institute trains students in practical nursing skills.

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