Nurses from Mengo Hospital in Kampala are trained in prenatal and palliative care. They serve a crucial role providing serving expectant mothers and patients suffering from HIV, TB. Among the many challenges they face is ensuring patients' families purchase and administer medication. Although nurses make their rounds weekly to see suffering patients, many families must choose between food for their families or medication
This was an extremely moving experience working with the staff at Mengo Hospital. After visiting dozens of homes with them, it was obvious they were committed to their work and the well-being of their community.
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Susan Hale Thomas