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2020 as the “YEAR OF THE NURSES AND MIDWIFE”

World Health Organization (WHO) Announced Year Of 2020 As The Year Of The Nurses And Midwife” the Executive board on 30 January 2019 Geneva.#SupportNursesAndMidwives #Nurses2020 #Midwives2020



WHY year 2020 as the “YEAR OF THE NURSES AND MIDWIFE”?

World Health Organization (WHO) following reasons 2020 as the “YEAR OF THE NURSES AND MIDWIFE”
v  World Health Organization (Who) Made Year 2020 as the year of the nurses and midwife in honor of the 200 birth anniversary of Florence Nightingale (Florence Nightingale birth date 12 may 1820- died  on 13 August 1910). Florence Nightingale 12 may is birthday. So in this day world nurses are celebrating International Nurses Day 2020 every year.
v  In the year of 2020 is significant of world health organization is reported Nurse And Midwifery Strengthening For Universal Health Coverage
v  World health organization reported will describe the Nursing Work Force is “Fitness for Purpose” relative to GPW 13 targets.
v  The Nursing Now campaign reported Last Three Years (2018-2020) to Improve Health Globally.
v  It reported particularly important given That Nurse And Midwives Constitute More Than 50% Of The Health Workforce in across the world.
v  Strengthening Nursing Will Have Additional Benefits of Promoting Gender Equity (SDG5), Contributing to Economic Development (SDG8) and supporting other sustainable development goals.
v  World health organization estimated that the World Needs An Additional 9 Million Nurses And Midwives by year of 2030
v  According to UN high level commission on health employment and economic growth reported Investing in nurse and midwives is good value for money. it make triple return of improved health outcomes and economic growth and global health security
v  In Globally the Health and Social Workforce are Women Are 70%.
WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO) VERSUS NURSING AND MIDWIFERY
PART I: Early decades (1948-1973)
v  Organizing the structure for nursing
v  Defining the role of nursing and midwifery
v  Nursing in the work plan
v  Strengthening nursing and midwifery education and training
v  Promoting research
PART II: Primary health care (1974-2000)
v  A new approach shows that need for new personnel
v  A clearer vision of nursing and midwifery
v  Expanding the role of nursing and midwifery
v  Laying a new legal foundation for the nursing and midwifery professions
PART III: MORE RECENT DEVELOPMENTS (2000-PRESENT)
v  From the millennium development goals to the sustainable development goals to the sustainable development goals
v  Improving services delivery
PART IV
v  WHO’S global strategic direction for strengthening and midwifery (2016-2020).
Thanks to World health organization (WHO) announced year of 2020 as the “YEAR OF THE NURSES AND MIDWIFE”. We are nurses we should support and keep work in world to keep health world.   
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