Project EntrepreNurse of DOLE

Project EntrepreNurse is an initiative of the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) piloted in Davao. This project aims to change the outlook of nurses in the country and help them recognize that nurse entrepreneurship is a viable option for them.

Project Description:
An initiative of DOLE, in collaboration with BON-PRC, DOH, PNA, UPCN, OHNAP and other government and non-government entities to promote nurse entrepreneurship by introducing a home health care industry in the Philippines:

1) to reduce the cost of health care for the country’s indigent population by bringing primary health care services to poor rural communities,

2) to maximize employment opportunities for the country’s unemployed nurses and

3) to utilize the country’s unemployed human resources for health for the delivery of public health services and the achievement of the country’s Millennium Development Goals on maternal and child health, consistent with the Fourmula One for Health framework of the Department of Health.

Here’s the Audio Visual Presentation (AVP) of the Project EntrepreNurse of Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Region XI:

You can download the brochure: Project EntrepreNurse Brochure or view it below.

Project EntrepreNurse Brochure

Additional reading material:
Read Atty. Jalilo dela Torre’s article in the DOLE website entitled: Project EntrepreNurse — Changing the Face of Nursing in the Philippines. He is the Regional Director of DOLE Region XI.

For the latest news, to learn more about the project and to obtain the contact information, go to DOLE Region XI’s official website for Project EntrepreNurse.

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