No one can believe our time here has gone so quickly. But, we have left our mark here. Our 30 volunteers have performed 63 surgeries including 19 urology surgeries, 18
As we start our final full-day here in Gulu, there is a rush to get as much done as we can. Several surgeries are scheduled for today. Today the CPR
It’s a beautiful morning heading to the hospital. The hustle and bustle of early morning commuters and school children makes for a very active scene on the streets of Gulu.
Every day begins early. That means getting up early, eating a quick breakfast then off to St Mary’s at Lacor. For some, that means heading for the bus at 6:30
To wish that everything would go right from the beginning, is only a wish. With all the months of planning, you can never expect to plan the unexpected. Things just
So after 36 hours of flights and delays, you’d think ourJourney to Gulu would be finished. Not quite. After spending a brief night in Kampala, we get up early and
Probably one of the hardest elements of the Uganda mission is the travel. Unfortunately I made the first mistake of looking at my flight itinerary and seeing the total flight