Learn how EIA’s new clinic, Bethlehem Health, will help save lives!
We have had some awesome things happening!
We elected new committees for Mikwano SACCO, to be chaired and vice-chaired by Mazzi Paul and Walalkira Joseph. They will be helping us identify loan recipients and work with members to make sure their needs are being met.
These committees are important so that members can communicate how they’d like Mikwano managed, in terms of promotions as well as finding and vetting new clients.
We have some cool things happening!
We are making great progress on the dorms for our doctors and nurses working at the clinic!
We also had students from #DaemenCollege visit and they installed a #tippytap by the kitchen and bathrooms at the school!
A Tippy Tap “is a hands free way to wash your hands where there is no running water. It is operated by a foot lever and thus reduces the chance for bacteria transmission as the user touches only the soap”. To learn more about the Tippy Tap, head over to www.tippytap.org.
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Here are the St. Bonaventure students touring a local clinic. During their tour, they shadowed doctors and other medical students while they visited patients who are suffering from malaria, flu, and other communicable diseases. To learn more about the health issues facing Ugandans, click the "initiatives" page and head to "BPS Health Clinic".
Zach is back in Uganda and we have a lot of great things moving forward that we can’t wait to share with you! We also have some students from St. Bonaventure coming to help with the clinic and we will have updates on that as well! So get ready and get excited!
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