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ACNL Delegation to Morocco
Join the ACNL Healthcare Delegation to Morocco
Connect with nurse leaders in Morocco on the ACNL delegation. Led by Kim Tomasi, Chief Executive Officer of ACNL, the program will give you a unique opportunity to learn about the state of healthcare and the advancing leadership roles for nurses in this developing country in North Africa.
This program is presented by World Learning, an organization that arranged a successful delegation of ACNL members to Cuba in 2017.
Discuss the role of nurse leaders in Morocco
Meet with representatives from the Ministry of Health and NGO leaders in the region to discuss the role of nurse leaders in Morocco and receive an orientation to the Moroccan healthcare system.
Learn about Nursing education and training
Meet with faculty and students from the Mohamed V University of Rabat to discuss the structure for nursing education and leadership training in Morocco.
Network with Moroccan Counterparts
Interact with nursing staff and nurse administrators from both public and private hospitals in the area. Learn about healthcare delivery in both rural and urban areas in this developing country.
Experience the culture
Tour the city of Fez, rural Marrakesh, and the Old City Market of Jemaa el-Fnaa. Visit historic sites, including the mosque, palaces, and gardens of the former imperial city in Marrakesh.
April 26 to May 2, 2020
$4,995 per person, which includes airfare and hotel fees
Guests are welcome to join the delegation at the same rate as professional participants and will have opportunities to enjoy cultural enrichment and community service activities in lieu of the professional program (minimum of 6 guests required for formal program). This is a wonderful opportunity for your partner, spouse, or friend to share the experience of traveling in Morocco with you.
“I found the 2017 ACNL delegation to be one of the most memorable trips in my life. I bonded with an awesome group of ACNL leaders; learned about Cuba’s community approach to healthcare; and learned from the locals about staple dishes, their culture, and their views on education.”
Anitra Williams, DNP, RN, HACP, CCRN
Director of Nursing Operations
St. Joseph's Medical Center