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Working in Tanzania provides one with a variety of contrasts to what we are used to. Living in the US, we take so much for granted. As I have thought about these differences, I wanted to share some of the things that I take for granted. Water: We turn on a faucet and get fresh … Continue reading Things we take for granted…
Life in Tanzania is winding down for me. It is hard to believe that in less than two days I will be heading back to the States with many of new friends, memories and experiences. Today sums up my Tanzania experience. It started out by waking up at 6:20 so Bob and I could go … Continue reading March 7 | Jeff S, Phil Y, Denyse OD
Yesterday we had a short day at the medical clinic. The physicians saw several patients, we did two procedures in the OR. Our day at the clinic ended after the patients were recovered and safely sent home. After a delicious lunch that was prepared for us, we headed in a bus to a children’s home … Continue reading March 6 | Rosie N, Jeff H
Greetings from Tanzania! I have enjoyed my time here. I’ve slept like a rock every night after a full day of work at the clinic! We start each morning at the clinic in the center under a pavilion. There is a brief chapel service with the staff, patients that are waiting join in as well. … Continue reading March 4 | Jeff H & Deb R
Good Morning from Tanzania. We started the day with boiled eggs and coffee cake for breakfast by candle light, as the electricity is out again. Paula is quite the baker. After a short walk we arrived at the clinic and enjoyed morning devotions and songs. Dr. Jeff gave the most appropriate message, and the singing … Continue reading March 3 | Shirley, Kristy, & Jeff H
Hello from Tanzania, We close our second full day in Nyakato and are fatigued but grateful. We have congealed into a more efficient medical mission team and feel that our roles are more secure. Most of the team members are from a non-surgically related medical field. Despite this divergence, our focus of safe patient care … Continue reading March 2 | Phillip Y