Message from the President Tijani Haddad to the big FIJET Family.

It seems that we will be for some time still under the real threat of this Covid.19. This terrible scourge has no contrary  and no borders. It has already killed thousands of victims and ruined a large number of economic sectors around the world.

Of course, Tourism sector has been the worst negatively affected. Millions of workers and employees have no jobs and no resources. Trade has stopped and thousands of businesses will be shutting down. In short, the whole world is on its knees.

That is why I am addressing you, members of the FIJET family, so as not to fall into despair and to indulge in even more destructive pessimism. Remember that the world has survived the greatest disasters in history. Be confident in yourself and face this great challenge.

However, we, members of this great FIJET family, should come closer to each other, forget our susceptibilities, get closer to each other, tighten our ranks and prepare ourselves for tomorrow. I hope we will be better.

In the meantime, think about your little family, your parents and your grandparents by sending to them positive wives, hope, and optimism. Connect with your colleagues in your association and your Fijet friends around the world. A simple little message will be a gesture of friendship that could be, for some, psychological support.

Tijani Haddad
President of Fijet



From 1950 onward, 7 April has been World Health Day. Each year, the WHO chooses a specific health related theme for World Health Day. The tagline for 2020 World Health Day is: Support nurses and midwives!

Nurses’ roles are now more important than ever. Nurses and other health workers are at the forefront of COVID-19 response – providing high quality, respectful treatment and care. The COVID-19 pandemic is testing all of us, but nurses are on the front lines.

As the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases accelerates in the World, nurses on the front lines of the health care response have found themselves in unprecedented positions, making high-stakes decisions for patients and their own personal lives. Nurses are the backbone of all health care, and often its heart and soul.

2020 – World Health Day’s message is simple: This day that ought to be celebrated as much as any other on our calendar.

Thanks to all the nurses  in the World.
Thanks to all the nurses in your home countries
Thanks  to  Nurses  in my home country Croatia.

Marijana Rebic