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... HIV clinic. I learned all this because there was one man who had HIV but hadn't been told. (I should also say that the English explanation was a little fuzzy, and I think this is the protocol.)
After work, we did some final shopping at Mwenge and then to the mall for ice cream and wifi.
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... about the school (another thing they don't have at the moment) but like all things in Africa, is not such an easy task as you would think. Getting the information needed is proving to be a long slow process but hopefully it will get done before I leave. Even just getting a date it was established is providing difficult! Paper work and record keeping is not a strong point over here, that is for sure! I have also continued teaching the administrator how to use the computer, was ...
Today at the hospital, Megan and I observed the surgical rounds. That was a little weird. My impression was that everything was extremely disorganized. First of all, all patients were in one "ward," not separated by rooms or curtains, and all were laying on fabric they'd brought from home. No curtains between them, and everyone had a re-used water container to hold used needles at the foot of their bed.
In the women's surgical ...
... I am volunteering) the Mgulani hostel (where I am getting my evening meals from) Mgulani Nursery School and a home for girls saved from trafficking. As well as all the officers (ministers) who work in each area. It is a lovely compound. We have a guard on the entrance gate. I feel very privileged indeed as I was going to be staying at the Mgulani Hostel Huts but my friends managed to find a College Hut that I could stay in, which is in ...
Before we left camp in Mto Wa Mbu we had a tour of the village and market. We got to see where they grow their rice and fruit and vegetables. We were brought to the place where their wood carvings are made and introduced to some of the local artists and their work. We got to taste their handmade banana beer which my taste buds didn't appreciate very much but was redeemed by a very tasty homemade lunch. Of course the outting couldn't have taken place without some of our pranks and ...