Protea Hotel Kampala
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Shalom, this is the first and probably the last blog I will be sending about my newest project. On 24 of March I hope to get into a plane to Entebbe with a few hours in the Addis airport.
The next step will be over Lake Victoria in a canoe to get to the shores of Bussi one of the 84 Ssese islands, about 45 minutes from Entebbe; time there is 1 hour later then in Jerusalem. Internet connections are wobbly but I plan to buy a SIM card with airtime, I ...
... pediatricians, or, in the rare case of the pediatric neurology clinic at Mulago, a pediatric neurologist. Psychiatric clinical officers and nurses also often tend to patients with epilepsy.
If a child has seizures, they are treated with antiepileptic drugs. Drugs I saw routinely used were carbamazepine, phenytoin, and valproic acid. Occasionally lamotrigine. levetiracetam/keppra was prescribed very infrequently. Phenobarbital and diazepam are used for ...
... trying not to fall asleep on the truck today. I swear I probably slept at least 80% of the drive. Uganda is so much greener than Kenya but it's also much more humid. Today I really struggled with the heat. Once we had payed up from lunch we hit the road again, this time stopping along the way to find an ATM. The two ATMs we found, didn't work for everyone so we ended up just getting back in the truck. It was good to get off ...
... They were such an interesting couple, in fact they run a comedy club, from their barn in the UK. They go to the
Edinburgh Festival and hire acts to perform. So, no wonder they were so funny!! They are also avid sailors and travelers, so we were treated to the most amazing and terrifying boat stories.(I promise to retell these stories to you sometime in person!!) To top it all off they love coffee and wine!!. They had such a wonderful spirit and passion for life and they ...
... cane, tomatoes, and yams were well tended, clean, and so healthy looking. They are still in the rainy season and it shows. Before we left, Maria's father shared his personal history with us and his family. They each respectfully introduced themselves to us by name and level in school (all but the wee little ones). It was a very emotional day of thanksgiving for God's goodness, even in hard times.
On our way back to Nateete, was were able to drop Maria ...