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... very comfortable in her car. If she did not venture out she would be so confined so it is just a fact of life here and one must learn. I have never been in the front seat of a car backwards to ours and thought it would feel stranger than it did. The contrast between street markets and some of the modern malls right in the middle of it is drastic. We shopped in the grocery store at the modern mall. When you enter the parkade you have to get out ...
... After driving around for quite a while we stopped to have lunch and one would think you were in a different city from what we had just seen. After exchanging some money we visited the Living Hope Center. Judy is very involved here and when we came in they applaud her. So heartwarming. No matter who we get introduced to they take the time to come ...
Words fail to express how exhilirated I felt on my final day in Uganda. It began with a brief meeting with the Dean of the School of Education at Makerere University. It is the premier teacher education site in Uganda.We traded stories including challenges and proposed program changes. Despite our continental divide, many challenges and hopes were similar.
Brinda and ...
... the second stage and I admit, I really felt under pressure to perform! Luckily the lady having her third baby was willing to try different positions. We had her in all fours and she breathed out her baby in the membranes. I haven't done that on dry land for years. No stitches required. RESULT! All the midwives were in the room ( with her consent) so there was lots of teaching, nerves about not rupuring membranes and confusion about the way the ...
... is unusual for dads to be involved but he was lovely and open to suggestions to support his wife. We were able to teach massage and mobilisation which he duly undertook with Agnes. One other lady was discharged and went home with her beautiful baby on the back on a motor cycle! I am unsure what difference I can make here with so few resources and staff which such a high need. I will have to think it over tonight and see what tomorrow ...