Today the team got back to work and was able to spend time with the high schoolers. We enjoyed the time we had getting to know them a bit, and helping them with their medical issues.
Sue and Debbie also did a health education topic related to female growth and development, followed by Dr. Jane teaching about preventing HIV and STI's.
Roger spoke with the boys about male growth and development, followed by Dr Wara and Dr Stanley spoke to the boys about prevention of HIV and STI's
The students were very receptive to the information and were engaged in the talks.
The community was also seen in the clinic today. Over 350 people were provided with medical care.
Those of us who were on the 2014 medical trip were so happy to have Dr Beverly with us again!
Joe, new to the medical team, was a great help. He was always willing to do anything asked of him to help the flow of the clinic. Definitely operating with a servant's heart. Very thankful to have him on this team!
The team really enjoyed the day, and loved meeting the high schoolers. We recognized some familiar faces from the previous medical trips when they were in the elementary schools. As we wrapped up our 2nd to last day, I think we all are surprised and sad that we are almost done here. Our last day will be tomorrow in Bomani. I know we will all be wishing for a little more time here in Kenya.