Evaluation of MSF Academy for Healthcare’s Basic Clinical Nursing Care Training
This evaluation focuses on the basic clinical nursing care (BCNC) training initiative implemented by the Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) Academy in Kenema, Sierra Leone since 2020 and in Old Fangak (OFG), South Sudan since 2021. The evaluation specifically covers the first implementation of BCNC in these locations to the point of the graduation of the first cohort of nurses in May/June 2022. The specific stated purpose of the evaluation was to assess the value of the BCNC programme in Kenema and OFG. Ultimately key stakeholders wanted to know which results the BCNC has achieved, if they are worth the investment and if potential adaptations could increase the value of the BCNC.