St Anna Guest House And Conference Centre
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... From holding the toddlers, to preparing milk, feeding the small ones and fetching water. This is one huge family of 127 children ranging from new born up to kids in form 4.( grade 12)
I handed out most of the skipping ropes to the primary girls. The skipping has started everyone! Thanks so much for the donations.
There is one little boy named Kelly who I have met every time I have gone to the ...
... and “how are you’s” with us along with their names. We said goodbye started back the same way we came, but before we left we noticed one of our tires was almost flat. We left driving the narrow dirt road to a road a bit wider than the car to a dirt road with room to pass, to a dirt road as wide as a 4 lane highway yet with giant potholes that had us driving on the sides as much as on the road. Thankfully along this route we saw a ...
The week started with a general negative attitude of some of the staff continuing because of ongoing problems with funding for the clinic. We're finding it a little difficult as people are forgetting to leave their problems at home and whilst at work fully concentrating on the patients. We are working hard at boosting morale and keeping everyone going. Along with this came some more file organisation and a little printing of posters etc which is an ongoing process. Some good news ...
... the under 5s and the elderly. We did some brief consultations seeing people with long term problems and offering advice. We also visited a house with multiple small farming projects where they had goats for milk, rabbits for meat, cows for both and a fish farm. It was really interesting to see and to speak to this man, motivation to do something new is rare around here and he was a real inspiration. Unfortunately this week we have heard the news that a ...
Our work at Simbiri has continued as has the heat and drought. The rains seem ever further away! This week after attending a recent staff meeting, we've started attending a new handover/debrief each morning. The idea is to provide a daily arena in which to raise any issues or praise within the medical team. We'll keep you updated of how its going! The teaching session this week for community health workers was HIV, and we ...