Monthly Archives: April 2011

Malaria Facts

‘Left to run it’s present course Malaria is a crisis that can only deepen’ 3-500 million cases of Malaria each year, with over 5 million deaths A disease so deadly and prevalent that in parts of Africa there is barely … Continue reading

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UK Team visit in February 2011

This visit was the first of the UK Team’s planned visits for 2011. The specific aims of this visit included meeting Esther the newly employed Enrolled Nurse, giving all the nurses their annual appraisals, providing further teaching / training for the … Continue reading

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Sallie’s visit November/December 2010

Visit by Sallie Buck, Hilary Smart, Sue Cross and Sue Crossman The first ½ of this trip I was accompanied by Hilary Smart, who was on her 2nd trip. ….so it can’t be too bad. We had been notified in … Continue reading

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Jo, Sallie, and Noreen visit in September 2007

Having completed the Tropical Nursing course in July Noreen and Sallie embarked on a series of fundraising events before their planned trip in October. Through sponsored walks and quiz evenings and clothes sales and suppers they managed to raise almost … Continue reading

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