SHILOH AFRIQUE MEDICAL TRAINING CENTER & FOUNDATION

SHILOH AFRIQUE MEDICAL TRAINING CENTER & FOUNDATION
SHILOH AFRIQUE MEDICAL TRAINING CENTER & FOUNDATION

On February 16th 2010, Shiloh Afrique Foundation signed a contract with a Canadian firm providing Immigration and Settlement services.  Shiloh Afrique Foundation referred to as “International Agency” in their agreement shall train caregivers for the Canadian Health Care Market. According to the agreement, Shiloh Afrique Foundation has been authorized to train & recruit from U.S, Europe and Continental Africa. 

Shiloh Afrique Foundation shall also participate in the recruitment for federal skilled workers who wish to live and work in Canada. Here is a list of professionals they require desperately : financial managers, computer and Information Systems, Managers in Health Care, Restaurant, construction, auditors and accountants, Geologists, physicians, occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists, Nurses, Radiation Techs, Chefs, carpentry trades, electricians, plumbers, steamfitters, welders, heavy-duty equipment mechanics, crane operators, mining and quarrying petroleum and gas chemical processing & doctors. Shiloh Afrique have engaged a renowned immigration attorney in Canada to handle all the applications to facilitate quick processing.

For more inform, please send email to [email protected]. There are many Kenyans out there that can benefit from this opportunity, Shiloh Afrique request that those who read this message, to let others know.


SHILOH AFRIQUE MEDICAL TRAINING CENTER & FOUNDATION

 

A Kenyan outfit that trains paramedics in area of Care Management popularly known as C.N.A (Certified Nurse Aide)

 

Shiloh Afrique Medical Training Center was born in Sept. 2004. We have trained close to 700 students in Care Management to students from Africa, the Caribbean and America. In August 2006 we saw the birth of Shiloh Afrique Foundation a 501(c) (3) under the Congressional District Programs. Our vision is to train Caregivers for the American and Canadian markets. We recently got an offer to train for the Canadian Market and plans are under way to start a Caregiver School in Kenya. Our agent in Canada will organize for placement after training. Imagine how many young Kenyans will benefit from this!
Shiloh Afrique is a household name in America. We do counseling to new immigrants on settling in this country. We organize job fairs, acquire used furniture for new arrivals from Africa through Atlanta Furniture Bank, acquire donations for distribution from United Way of Atlanta – Gifts In Kind, dissemination of vital community information through emails and posting such information on the popular Kenyan websites, organizing youth seminars for career counseling, house match for students who need affordable accommodation, working closely with med share for future shipment of much needed medical equipment to Kenya, and finally upholding our culture of “People Helping Others” through the National Heritage Foundation of America.
My vision as a “Charitable Entrepreneur” is to focus on the aspects of training for subsequent upward mobility of immigrants from Africa hence making the Diaspora a better place based on skills, resources and your humble support. We are also looking for Foundation Development Advisors (FDA) who think we have a great idea and they would be willing to raise funds for SAF.
At Shiloh Afrique, we really think it is more blessed to give. In fact, we feel that To Give is to Live. Giving makes people come alive. So, let’s go to work and encourage individuals and corporations to be more generous towards this cause.
Give a man a fish and you shall have fed him for a meal. Bless a man with a fishing net , skills and you shall have fed him and his clan for a lifetime.
SAVE DATE: 3rd Aprl, 2010 – Details later.
Official launching and fundraiser – RSVP: [email protected]
Shiloh Afrique Foundation – Service to mankind , happiness to the lonely, Cheer to the sad, and Hope to the hopeless.
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SHILOH AFRIQUE MEDICAL TRAINING CENTER & FOUNDATION

 

Our vision is to train paramedics in this area of Care Management popularly known as C.N.A (Certified Nurse Aide) FREE of charge by the year 2012. With the retirement of the baby boomers around the corner, we need to get ready for them in terms of home health care assistance. Researchers say that by the year 2020 there will a great shortage of nurses in America due to the above.
Shiloh Afrique Foundation has been involved but not limited to the following areas:
  1. Offering free information and counseling on American Systems and immigration issues.
  2. Organizing Job Fairs and assisting Shiloh Afrique students in job placement.
  3. Connecting people in need of furniture to start a home with Atlanta Furniture Bank.
  4. Acquiring various donations to assist the community from United way i.e. computers, electronics and clothing.
  5. Dissemination of vital community information (good and bad) through emails and text messages.
  6. Upholding our culture of people helping others through the National Heritage Foundation.
  7. Organizing Youth Empowerment Seminars
  8. House matches with people who would like to assist students with accommodation
We intend to accomplish the following in the near future.
  1. Mobilize Kenyans to assist in shipping of much needed Medical Equipments to Kenya, courtesy of Medishare International of Atlanta.
  2. Establish an Education Fund for bright students..
  3. Open a C.N.A school in Kenya to teach them more on Home Care Assistance especially those with loved ones are infected with HIV/Aids.
Finally, if you would like to be a part of what we are doing, please email me through [email protected] Volunteers in all areas are needed and especially grant hunting and research.
Remember your dollars donated to Shiloh Afrique Foundation are Tax Deductable.
God Bless you.
CHRISTINE MUCHENE
PRESIDENT/FOUNDER
Tel no: 6788878256
SHILOH AFRIQUE MEDICAL TRAINING CENTER & FOUNDATION

 

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