Its hard to believe that the UMass Dartmouth/Atlanta team has already gone. They had a very, very active week, seeing a total of 103 sponsorship children for our Well Child check-ups, several staff trainings, 2 mobile clinics to the "dump" community of Mohlea, and of course a ton of patient consultations. With two American pediatricians here, Dr. Paul was even able to take a few vacation days during the week.
Here are some pictures from the very productive week:
|Carline Mongerard benefitting from the Asthma medication/Inhaler training given to staff by a team member.|
|Carline (left), our Team member/Trainer (center) and the translator and Pharmacist, Jimmy (right).|
|Team members brought jump ropes for the neighborhood kids to enjoy.|
|The UMass Darthmouth nursing students brought 3 large posters (in Creole of course) for the PID staff to use when working with PID patients. The posters give info on breastfeeding and sexual health.|
|Final debrief meeting where the Team was "drum-rolling" in anticipation of the "awards" for the week.|
|Mort, holding his "trophy" rock from the worksite, he and another team member were awarded MVP's of the construction worksite.|