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... Was great to have them here and we will keep in contact, Dr J met with Jo and me this was a very positive meeting, she is an amazing person, so honest, warm and realistic. Together with all this a few words about the teaching that is going very well. The clinic people understood that plaster on an open ampule will not keep the medicine sterile. Labels on medicines and filling out a chart for patients was also not really thought about. The nurses and others are ...
Well 2015 has started off full steam ahead with all the beautiful Daycare children arriving for their first day back. They were all very excited to be back with there friends and "Aunties" as most of the children usually return back to their villages to be with family during the Christmas break. Its so nice to hear the sounds of laughing children at Jordan House again.
Roberts visit to Abim village in January to distribute the Christmas hampers was ...
... warthogs, monitor lizards, and tons of birds either in the water or on the shores. It was sublime. This next weekend we're heading to Jinja, where the source of the Nile and some category 5 Rapids await us. That's a quick summary of things up to now. Obviously our experience in the hospital has been a huge proportion of what we've done here, but I'll spare the non-medical readers and wait til I'm home to discuss it. It's crazy to think that we're heading back in just over a ...
... It was quite hard to see them in the trees but we could tell where they were from their calls and the leaves falling when they swung around the trees. In the end we saw between 8 and 12 and probably watched for around 15 minutes. It was a great experience and interesting that the guides recognised the individual chimps and called them by name (one was called Victor). They recorded their location and what they were doing. It was one of the more surreal moments of the ...
... the most fluorescent yellow overalls we have ever seen. They were walking in double file and all had machetes, knives or picks. The two policeman were at the back of the line with guns. The prisoners were so friendly and greeted us saying, 'Welcome to Uganda.' In Africa, they seemingly let their brightly dressed prisoners out to work and watch football matches!! The next day we took a boat trip to find the source of the Nile. We waded through the water to the famous sign ...