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Report from Biba Kavass Student Clinic - St. Thomas Nursery School

Posted: Sun, March 08, 2015 | By: Past Projects



by Edmond Thembo

OBJECTIVES

Health Education for Mothers - Importance of safe water in the home
Giving Medication to Children
Health Education for Children - Importance of washing hands
De-Worming of Children
Home Visiting

CHALLENGES

Enrollment has increased from 104 to 160 - might run out of medicine

REPORTS

February 9

eighteen children are sick - four have malaria, twelve have respiratory infections, seven have gastrointestinal tract infections

February 10

eighteen children are sick - ten have malaria, five have respiratory tract infections, one has bacterial conjunctivitis

February 11

eleven children are sick - one has malaria, eight have respiratory tract infections, four have gastrointestinal tract infections

February 12

ten children are sick - six have respiratory tract infections, one has a fungal infection, four have gastrointestinal tract infections

February 13

thirty-three children are sick - nine have malaria, nineteen have respiratory tract infections, three have fungal infections, one has sexually transmitted infection, one has bacterial conjunctivitis, seven have gastrointestinal tract infections.



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