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We crossed the border today, seemed simple enough, the immigration dragged their feet just enough to let us know they were in charge, but we all managed to get through, so its Kampala bound and the Red Chilli campsite, if we ever get there
We crossed over the dam at Jinja and there are signs everywhere telling everyone, no photos, we a ...
Today is our last day in Uganda. Last night Juliet, Andrea and Geoffrey had a very productive meeting to ensure that there would be a good follow up for individual children we have seen. Geoffrey has been a great friend and good companion to us. He knows how things get done in Uganda and he is vey wise. Our trip would have been much less enjoyable and productive without him. He and Ibra know each ...
... off we all went to the orphanage. We were worried about the drive. Muddy roads, rain, and a heavy van is not a good combinations! Many a time our volunteers have had to get out and push. Paul had already had to swap the van for a 4 wheel drive this morning cause we just couldn't get through the mud. Along the way, we picked up some red paint for the bottom of the walls to cover where we have filled the holes. We had a few funny stares, a bus full of Muzungus does ...
... in management of comparable conditions at home to pick up on subtle differences in medical treatment and drugs used, but blaringly obvious differences include inconsistent availability of certain medications and tests, insufficient staffing for the number of patients, and how poverty influences the timing of diagnostic testing. Children just sit on the ward waiting for families to have enough money to pay.
The role of the patient’s family in the hospital ...
... Lush green trees fill the city, and homes can be seen built into the side of the hills with ceramic looking orange-tiled roofing.
As we walk or drive by, people call out to us, "muzungo, muzungo," the Lugandan word for white person.
The four of us from UVM are living with the Luboga family. It’s really nice to be staying with a host family, and although the commute to work is sometimes tiring (traffic here is terrible), it’s ...