Sunday I Leave for Africa

Sunday I leave for Africa. My sleep hasn't been great the past few nights as I contemplate lists of pre-trip to-dos and go over logistics in my mind. I awake each morning with the scent of Uganda's red dirt in my nostrils and the excitement of hearing children laughing and playing. I am excited.

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Thoughts from the field

We have the privilege of working with and being supported by many amazing people. Some of them recently stepped out of their comfort zones to visit our projects in Northern Uganda. These are the thoughts they shared with us.

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A Doctor's report from Maria

Crazy how fast changes are implemented here. Had a sweet staff meeting this am before clinic. Mainly a quick prayer before we started. Had a clinical officer from another health center join for the day so I was able to observe other aspects of the clinic.

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Trip reflections from Megan

Greetings from Odubu! Maria and I have been living here at the compound around the health center for about five days now. During that time I have helped with rapid malaria testing, childhood immunizations, adult hep B vaccinations, many other various tasks, and two births.

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A Doctor's Experience in the Field

From the tallest to the smallest. I began with nearly 2 weeks in Odubu, northern Uganda at the Rhino Camp settlement for South Sudanese refugees, mostly Dinka and Nuer tribespeople, among the tallest and lankiest people in the world.

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