Previous Awardees List by Year

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Professor Emeritus Dr. Kim, 71 years old, is a distinguished pioneer in nursing education and research in The Republic of Korea, and an exceptional leader in health policy at both national and international levels.

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Country  Korea
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Ms Wu Xinjuan, 58 years old, from the People’s Republic of China, is known as a respected national leader in nursing who dedicate her life to the patients and Chinese nursing professional development.

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Country  China
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Associate Professor Pauline Peter MELLA, 73 years old, a nurse midwife from Tanzania, has enormously contributed to the development of nursing profession in Tanzania since her graduation, 

 

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Country  Tanzania
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Dr. Rose Jaele NDLOVU76 years olda nurse-midwife from Zimbabwe, has made significant contributions to the development and advancement of nursing and midwifery services that has impacted positively in the lives of people within Zimbabwe and the East, Central and Southern Africa Region.

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Country  Zimbabwe
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Professor Dr. Sheila Dinotshe TLOU, 61 years old, is an extraordinary global leader in health care, and social and public policy. As a nurse, she has been able to lead her nation of Botswana, the African region and our world as an expert in HIV/AIDS and as the UNAIDS Regional Director of Eastern and Southern Africa. She is a champion, an advocate for women’s health and the rights of women and girls.

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Country  Republic of Botswana
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 Miss Chieko NOHNO, 78 years old, a nurse/midwife, a great and influential leader, and a former member of the Japanese House of Councilors, graduated from National Kagoshima Hospital Nurses’ School and Osaka University in Japan.

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Country  Japan
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Miss Eileen Barbaro has been recognized as the mother of nursing in Myanmar. Even at the age of 83 years, she has exhibited her commitment and demonstrated leadership towards nursing development for better health of mankind. 

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Country  Myanmar
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Dr. Aminath Jameel is Minister of Health of the Republic of the Maldives.  She holds a PhD from the Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery, La Trobe University, Victoria, Australia, and baccalaureate and masters degrees in nursing from the University of Madras, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India.

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Dr. AMINATH JAMEEL M. KANBURUGE HAVEEREEHIGUN MALE 20253 MALDIVES
Country  Maldives
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Professor Emerita Dr. Loretta C. Ford, the Awardee for the year 2010, an American with 90 years of age, earned her advanced degree from Schools of Nursing and Education, University of Colorado. Dr. Ford is an internationally known as the founder and “mother” of the Nurse Practitioner movement in the USA.

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University of Rochester, 601 Crittendon Blvd., Rochester, Newyork 14642 USA
Country  America
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 Miss Susie Kong Suet Har, the Awardee for the year 2009, a 65 year old Singaporean nurse leader is currently the President of Commonwealth Nurses Federation (CNF).

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Unit 4-6 Desa Residence, 1 Jalan Desa Bakti2, Kualalumpur 58100 Malaysia
Country  Singapore