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ALICE ASIO is a Clarke International University Master of Public Health(MPH ) Graduate 2018 and Bachelors of Nursing (SON) Graduate 2016. She is one of the many CIU graduates fighting COVID-19 at the front line. Asio’s current role in the COVID-19 Response at the Ministry of Health is on the Incident Management Team (IMT) supporting the Points of Entry.

She is responsible for compiling Points of entry daily data and reports across the country, analysis of data, Coordination of Points of Entry activities at the National level, and providing technical support to the district leadership and Points of Entry staff to ensure that all response activities run smoothly. She also participated in sample collection.

She credits her success to all the Good academic grades she obtained at Clarke International University. She learned all her excellent report writing and presentation skills from CIU. She was able to secure the job because she got such a great recommendation letter from her Faculty Dean (Mr. Alege John)

“Clarke International University has highly contributed to my success in all that I do. The mode of teaching is based on empowering to meet the competitive job market rather than just lecturing. The mentorship and public speaking sessions just make me excellent at what I do.”

‘Great thanks to all my lecturers

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