After only 3 years here in Burundi, we’re a relatively new team, and thus we’re so thankful for the opportunities we’ve had to learn from those who have gone before us. Last week we hosted our first sickle cell clinic at Kibuye Hope Hospital.
I was born and raised into a Jewish family. My family would talk the talk but wouldn't walk the walk. I was told do observe Jewish customs because that's what we did, but never told "why". As I matured and married and later divorced, I began to question my faith and began going to other houses of worship.
January 2014. When I first began practicing pediatrics at Kibuye, I found the premies in cardboard boxes completely covered with layers of (often wet) blankets, sometimes with gloves filled with warm water next to them.