Today is World Malaria Day. Check out this video from WHO.
We were on our way to deliver some relief supplies to a more rural area. We had stopped for a rest, and just as we were getting out of the car, we heard screaming. I said, ‘It’s another earthquake. Run!’ We all ran to the first open space we could find and stayed there until… Read More Nepal Needs Our Prayers
“Today, the diagnosis and treatment of leprosy is easy and most endemic countries are striving to fully integrate leprosy services into existing general health services. This is especially important for those under-served and marginalised communities most at risk from leprosy, often the poorest of the poor” (WHO: Leprosy Today). I learned about leprosy from reading… Read More Kishori’s Story
I was appalled when I learned of the Nigerian women who were gunned down because they were giving out polio vaccines. They were killed by gunmen suspected of belonging to a radical Islamic sect shot and killed at least nine as they took part part in a polio vaccination drive in northern Nigeria on Friday,… Read More Polio Vaccines