We welcomed an early Valentine's day gift (in the dark), treated a terrible burn wound and saw a remarkable recovery in the midst of COVID19 pandemic slowly starting to show in our community.
For a list of stories click read more.
In 2020, we helped 11,811 people in our six full-time clinics.
We are pleased to announce two new board members joining our team! Welcome Randy and Larlie!
We started the year dealing with drug resistant malaria and operating by mobile phone light. We also treated 18 patients of a terrible bus accident. In the mist of all this craziness we made sure to cherish baby cuddle moments while counting every blessing taking us into the new year.
Follow the links below to see some cute baby movies!
What an amazing December being blessed with the survival of mother and child and seeing Bangeskiya thrive! Our community is terrorized by social vices but we are keeping up with COVID19.
Click below to see me bleeding myself to optimize my patients!
We take great care to spend your donations wisely to have a maximum impact on the people
Margret David grew up next door to Kateri Medical Clinic. During her teen years, she volunteered at our annual medical missions.
As we have grown, our staff salary expenses have increased. Our greatest ongoing need is a steady stream of donations to support our staff salaries.
We rely on your generous individual donations for most of our support.
By Dr. Arome Okeme, Chief Medical Officer
The Arthur and Esther Bradley Memorial Anglican Hospital in Gidan Waya
THE DISEASE OF POVERTY - PART 1
THE DISEASE OF POVERTY - PART 2
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