Thursday, 4 July 2013

Jade Clarice; a health care student's perspective


Guest Blogger No. 3


Name: Jade M. Clarice
Age: 23
Occupation: CSULB Student

Today I went to visit a clinic near a secondary school named Ayalagaya. As a health care administrator student it was a dream come true to see how health care is delivered in a developing-world setting. I found my experience to be very rewarding and I look forward for what is to come.

With Dr Susan and the Karimu Foundation team my hope is to improve the quality of care given at the clinic by assisting in any way that I can. Also, the children in this village are beautiful. They are all so kind, welcoming and eager to learn. I cannot wait to work with them tomorrow at Ufani Primary School.

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