|The clothesline...I believe also a fruit tree.|
|Some of the kids of patients/visiters sitting in the shade.|
Note the Colt's fan!
|The courtyard of the BiBi Star.|
|One of the few restaurants in town.|
|Hippotherapy with a boy who lost the lower part of his leg due to gangrene.|
He has a ways to go, but we may be able to make a prosthesis for him out of
bamboo, plaster, and saw dust...
|The daughter of one of our nurses trying to play frisbee.|
|Tortillas, Jempy (like Nutella), and Diet Coke. Such a treat!!|
|Our team on rounds. Karen was the chosen scribe because her|
handwriting was most legible.
|Ginny (Chaplain) and Kyria (Physical therapist).|
Also aunt and niece.
|Me with Emma, one of the nurses. She keeps trying to teach me Lingala.|
I'm a little slow at it. And a visual, not auditory, learner.
|Appollinaire (one of the nurses) and I outside Salle de Consultation, |
with a patient standing at the door to Salle de Triage
|Me inside one of the containers here that we use for storage.|
The right side is in the process of being sorted, the left side already sorted.
|The building with the mural is the chapel.|
It's a mural of the story of the men lowering the paraplegic through the roof to see Jesus.
It's the symbol for our hospital.
|Me in surgery. I had just repaired a cervical and vaginal tear after a "normal vaginal delivery."|
|Buildings from left to right-Pediatrie, |
Medicine Men, Medicine Women's wards
|Left-Post-Partum and "NICU"; Right, Maternity|
|One of the vehicles we use for transportation. I haven't learned to drive it yet.|
|"The Bloc"-Surgery (we have three operating rooms, two we really use, the third is mostly storage)|
|Me checking out one of the pediatric patients here...|
|Looking down from Surgery Men towards Surgery Mixed.|
The folks at the end of the sidewalk are patients and visiters.
|Looking from the back side of chapel (on left). The building on the right has|
the Lab, Pharmacy, Radiology, "ER", triage, and "ICU".
|A better photo of the mural on the chapel wall.|
|Donkey-he does our hippotherapy with some of the patients.|
I've seen quite a change in the demeanor of the patients after getting to
sit on his back or ride on him. He likes to bray alot...so glad he's here and
not at the mission!!! =)
|Standing outside Surgery Women and looking at the backside of|
Medicine wards. The tent is no longer used for anything but trapping
heat, which it does very well.