17 Reasons why Nurses have joined the Compassionate Capitalism Revolution
Black Wall Street-led Compassionate Capitalism revolution has swept away nurses across the African continent into a new healthcare system that promotes the ethics of compassionate capitalism in bottom-up economic empowerment. Despite being the critical labour force in a $14 billion dollars healthcare industry, nurses in Africa bear the brunt of the hardship.
Here are the 17 reasons the African nurses have given as their reasons to dump the current hospital-based healthcare system to the home-based care introduced by Black Wall Street through the first-ever nursing brand in Africa known as XVVIP.
1) Poor Wages: Just like the police and teachers, critical workers that maintain and build societies are abandoned in Africa. Nurses’ wages in Africa range from $40 to $80 per month which includes their transport to work and catering for lunch compared to a government legislator who takes home $10,000 per month in basic salary. XVVIP starts entry-level salary at $150per month.
2) Zero Facilitation: Nurses across Africa do not receive any kind of facilitation to do their jobs be it in transportation to and from work, lunch while at work, or support in uniforms laundering. You are left feeling completely on your own. XVVIP provides transport, airtime, lunch, and uniforms to its nurses regularly.