Posted: Tue, May 05, 2015 | By: Rays of Light Orphanage School
by Jennipher Biira
The management and staff of Rays of Light Orphanage nursery and primary school together with the parents extend their appreciations towards the work Eric Oliver has done for them
Jennipher Biira and her microscope.
No microscopic examinations carried yet because we have no tables and chairs in the clinic therefore no way to sit the microscope and examine without them.
Treatment has been clinically:
Week of February 2nd -6th-2015:
Six children were sick, all girls. Two had malaria, three had respiratory tract infection and one had peptic ulcer disease.
February 7th -13th-2015:
Nine children were sick, five girls and four boys they had peptic ulcer disease and Respiratory tract infections Respiratory tract infections.
February 14th -19th-2015:
Twelve children were sick, eleven girls and one boy. One had peptic ulcer disease and Respiratory tract infections Respiratory tract infections, one had peptic ulcer disease and wounds, four had peptic ulcer disease only and one child had Respiratory tract infections only and five had malaria only.
February 20th -24th-2015:
Fifteen children were sick, six girls and nine boys. One child had peptic ulcer disease and Respiratory tract infections one had peptic ulcer disease and malaria, four had malaria only, three had peptic ulcer disease only, five had Respiratory tract infections and one child had others.
Eleven children were sick, three boys and eight girls. Three had Respiratory tract infections two had peptic ulcer disease and one had malaria, one had peptic ulcer disease and malaria, one had peptic ulcer disease and Respiratory tract infections, one malaria and Respiratory tract infections one had malaria and Diarhorea and one had others.
Week of March: 1st -12th-2015.
Five children were sick one girl and four boys. Two had malaria, two had Respiratory tract infections and one had malaria and tonsillitis.
Week of March: 13th-31st -2015
Two children were sick all were boys. One had malaria and one diarrhea.
Forty one children were sick, Twenty four girls and seventeen boys. Nine had Respiratory tract infections, five had peptic ulcer disease, thirteen had malaria three had Respiratory tract infections and peptic ulcer disease, four had Respiratory tract infections and malaria one had peptic ulcer disease and malaria.
Three had malaria, Respiratory tract infections and others. Three had other diseases.
Total number of children seen in February……53…………………..
Total number of children seen in March…………12…………………
Total number of clients seen in April……………41………………….
Total number of children seen in the whole term…106………………..
RAYS OF LIGHT PRIMARY SCHOOL AMOUNT GIVEN 409000/=
ITEMS EXPENDITURE (AMOUNT) BAL
Drugs 378900/= 30100/=
Transport 7000/= 23100/=
Small buckets(2) 4000/= 19100/=
Nomi small(1) 2400/= 16700/=
Basin(1) 4000/= 12700/=
Sissors(1 pair) 1000/= 11700/=
Black books(2) 5000/= 6700/=
Pen(1) 300/= 6400/=
Jik 5000/= 1400/=
Drying rock 1500/= -100/=
SECOND TERM 25/3/2015
Amount given 160,000.
Drugs 150900/= 160,000/=
Transport 70000/= 2100/=
Drying rock 1500/= 600/=
Small towel 500/= 100/=
Drugs remained in stock:
cotton wool 1/2 roll, first aid plaster 95 pcs, dextrose 50% 2 bottles, normal saline 4 bottles, dextrose 5% 3 bottles, genta eye 10, dispensable gloves 40 pairs, gauze 10 packets, basicody 100 tabs, zinc 80 tabs, plaster 1 roll, coartem(1x24)12 doses, coartem(1x12) 8 doses, penv 300 tabs, multivitamin 95 tabs, prasil 90 tabs, hydrogen peroxide 3 bottles, iodine tincture 3 bottles, dexa 19 tabs, ketaconazole 100 tabs, diazepam 100 tabs, cripe bandage 2 rolls, magnesium 440 tabs, diazepam injection 5 ampoules, Ors 25 packets, Enrythro 200 tabs, paracentamol 386 tabs, vitamin k injection 5 ampoules, ampicilin 150 tabs, cot rim 150 tabs, nictro 405 tabs, vitamin c 741 tabs, envelopes 4 pcs, mebendazole 291 tabs, piriton 608 tabs, thermometer 1,diclofenc injection 7 ampoules, Giving set 8, cannular 5,syrings 36.