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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
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... Israeli volunteers to an orphanage in Ethiopia, a few years ago he expanded into Uganda to Bussi. A high percentage of the island's inhabitants are infected with AIDS. One in three babies are HIV positive, in the 18 months that the Medical Center has been active the percentage of AIDS cases went down from 18 to 16 percent. Locals from other islands come also to get tested and start medical treatment, many realized that AIDS is not a force majeure - that ...
... if they were being misdiagnosed.
Incidence and prevalence of epilepsy is higher in developing countries, and environmental risk factors are abundant. Perinatal and neonatal brain injury are common and strongly associated with epilepsy. There are no pediatric residents present at deliveries on the labor and delivery ward here, so unless they are brought to the special care unit immediately, there is no one to resuscitate the babies and many suffer from the ...
... a grass area. There's locals singing Ugandan songs that echo though the surrounding mountains and frogs and insects chirping. It very damp and a bit cold. I'm exhausted from such a long day in the bus, but tomorrow will be the same. At least the local kids kept us semi occupied by waving to us constantly as we past each town. Kampala is the largest city in Uganda with a population of 1,210,000 people and is at 1189 metres above sea ...
... with "You are welcome" and almost being bold over with all their hugs. Being able to give these little ones a purpose from such a young age is such a blessing, their transformation is so rewarding.
Leading up to Christmas was pretty hectic to say the least! Rob and I were invited as 'Guests of Honor' (on behalf of Operation Uganda) to the local Kasubi Primary School for their end of year 'Music and Dance Gala'. We watched all the students perform cultural songs ...
... has partnered with a number of other private entities and received the support of the Uganda government to push this initiative through without full regard for some of the complexities involved. You may not know that many of the world's 160 million orphans have not lost both parents. UNICEF defines an orphan as a child that has lost one or both parents. Actually, most of Uganda's orphans are what we would call "economic orphans." A surviving parent's ability ...