St Anna Guest House And Conference Centre
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... fell “Put the stick in back in” and “now put the marbles in”. It was fun keeping track of all the little hands rapidly pulling sticks. After they got the hang of it, I managed to go join the adults next to a fire.
It was about 72 degrees, but the men were huddled next to the charcoal fire, some with coats on. John Money and I were in short sleeves, trying to stay further from the fire while they wanted to give us ...
... Finally they agreed and ben and Ruth headed off in the car to take them. On Sunday we visited a local orphanage and school run by an english couple on behalf of their church at home. They are really lovely people and have made an incredible community providing invaluable education, safety and love to local orphans. We attended church with them and then had a lovely lunch. We ended up seeing one of the children and admitting them at Simbiri but thats life here, a day off does not ...
... after her huge bill was paid, she was brought back to us with her babies. A cesarean here costs over £100, a completely unachievable amount for local people. Its ridiculous, and they want money paid upfront before taking the woman to theatre! Anyway, at least they're all safe and tucked up here with us! The mum has decided to name the girls Hannah and Ruth which is incredibly flattering although a little odd!!! Visiting the other hospital was ...
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 ...
We are now back in Nairobi after a few stressful days of trying to find our way out of Kisumu.
The driver and van we had hired to take us to Nairobi from Kakamega decided that Kisumu was as far as he wanted to go.!
I have never felt so stranded in my whole life where I only knew a bit of the language and only ...