Hello from Eldoret. As usual, the past three weeks have flown. It has been a wonderful visit. As to the title "Dow Jones Exceeds Expectations", let me explain. Two outstanding physicians made their first visit to Eldoret, Drs. Dow and Jones.Read More
Have you ever heard the expression "it takes a village to raise a child"?Read More
With the current nurses' strike, public hospitals are operating at sub-optimal levels, which has led to changes in our schedules.Read More
The African sun is spectacularly bright, the sky a calming blue, and the temperature a perfect 70. I've just returned from a walk in downtown Eldoret.Read More
There are 4 ward teams at the pediatric hospital at Moi University: Tumaini ('Hope' in Swahili) 1 and 2 and Upendo ('Love' in Swahili) 1 and 2.
One of AMPATH’s aggressive goals is to reach every eligible individual for HIV testing and counseling in the 4 million person catchment area in western Kenya.Read More
The AMPATH leaders came along on this home-based testing visit because Mr. and Mrs. Tenai would soon become the one-millionth person and one-millionth-and-one person respectively to be reached since the inception of the AMPATH perpetual home-based counseling and testing program.Read More