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De-Worming at Kahendero

Posted: Fri, October 28, 2016 | By: Past Projects

by Bwambale Robert Musubaho

De-worming exercise for the Kahendero children done today. Big thanks to the local authorities for liaising with us in an effort to combat disease which is a great obstacle to national development. Children are the pillars of tomorrow, we value them and its our right to ensure they grow health and be molded into useful citizens of the world.

Today at Bizoha Humanist Nursery School - Kahendero was their turn for the deworming exercise which was done by the Jane Shrimpton Clinic in association with the Government aided Kahendero Fishing village Clinic where our children got de-worming tablets.

The exercise was carried on at the Kahendero Government Clinic located some few metres from the Kahendero School under service by the Clinic In-charge Nurse, our children were taken by their class teacher Madam Mariam escorted by our medic at the school Mr. Wilfred.

All in all, we remain thankful to the local authorities for giving chance to our school to benefit under this program.

Jane Shrimpton Clinic offers free medical services to our pupils and levy a fee to the locals of Kahendero who want to benefit from our services.

Attached are some of the snapshots of the deworming exercise plus some pics of the kids at our Kahendero School.

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