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Jane Shrimpton Humanist Clinic - Update April 2, 2017

Posted: Sun, April 02, 2017 | By: Kahendero Humanist School



​by Bwambale Robert Musubaho

The Jane Shrimpton clinic at Kahendero Humanist School is doing great for both the locals and the school pupils.

The clinic alone has played a great role in reducing the misconceptions to a considerable level since it helps us explain the vivid reasons that we as humans have a great role to combating diseases for the imaginary friend has no hands to handle a needle and inject a patient, those with eye defects access medicine or get advised to put on spectacles, women who are pregnant are helped in so many ways to cope up with the situation and get advised about what to be done.

Attached are some of the images. Several visitors have come to our clinic for treatment, inquiries while a handful of people who form part of our enemies have also been identified over the months but in general we remain committed to ensure we get a good generation for tomorrow minds.

With Science, we can progress.



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