Madagascar (part 5 – clinic day three in Ankazomiriotra)

The preschool children assembled for the morning devotion.

The preschool children assembled for the morning devotion.

Wednesday’s clinic was the busiest of the week. We saw 650 patients, dispensing over 2,000 prescriptions. When we arrived at the church, all of the preschool children were assembled for the opening devotion, in their pink smocks. (Different age groups wear different colors.)

My breakfast of fried eggs didn’t sit real well this morning, so with a “rumbly in my tumbly” I got to make a few trips to the outhouse. Fortunately, I felt better after lunch and had no other problems for the rest of the trip. Molly, however, did get sick and Donna wasn’t feeling well with. Always a possibility on trips like this.

Our team gets along really well and works well together. About half have been on trips before and have some great experiences to share.

In the absence of the team leader, I got to greet the waiting patients before the clinic opened.

In the absence of the team leader, I got to greet the waiting patients before the clinic opened.

Day three clinic

Day three clinic

 

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