St. Kizito Hospital Matany School of Nursing and Midwifery is a full Board Vocational training School, located in Matany Sub-county, Napak District, Karamoja sub-region. It was established in October 1984 and began with Certificate in Nursing with a vision for quality training of health care staff of high moral and professional standards. The school is fully owned by the Board of Trustees of Moroto Catholic Diocese. It is situated 40 km from Moroto Municipality and 11km from Napak District Headquarter in Lokiteded. The school runs two programs:
- Certificate in Comprehensive Nursing
- Certificate in Midwifery
The duration of both training courses is 30 months (2½ years). The school accommodates up to 90 students due to the available accommodation, classroom space, clinical area capacity. 40 students are accepted and enrolled every year, including 20 in midwifery and 20 in nursing. Both men and women can apply. For more information on entry requirements an how to apply, click here.
Due to a high demand for nurses and midwifes in the region, we are happy to work with organisations to provide more places for young men and women in the area. If you are interested in supporting our Nursing and Midwife School, please contact Sister Nataline Mowo here.
Matany School of Nursing and Midwifery
Our Mission: The school mission is to train an optimal Health Care Staff of High moral and professional standard to provide Health Care Services to the people of Karamoja and to those of neighbouring Districts. It is committed to facilitate professional training for qualifying, poor, Karimojong young women. Our Vision: Matany school of Nursing and Midwifery, together with other Private Not For Profit (PNFP) Health Training Institutions (HTIs) in this country, wishes to stand for Quality Training.