“The decision to return to Eldoret, not even a year after leaving, was a simple one. The minute I departed from Nairobi I knew I would be back as soon as I could. I had no doubts that I would return to learn and live life for another month in the place that had made me a better version of myself, as well as a better citizen of the world.”
A quiet, private gesture of generosity gave birth and momentum to what has become one of the largest HIV treatment programs in the world. After more than 15 years, the story behind the Mosoriot Clinic can finally be shared.
AMPATH is extremely grateful for the support of donors such as Tim and Tonia Hassinger. The Hassingers have been supporting AMPATH since 2015 and most recently provided matching funds for AMPATH’s year-end fundraising campaign. Tonia Hassinger shares her passion for AMPATH:
AMPATH ENT camps occur every February and are a time where North American otolaryngologists join their counterparts at Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital (MTRH) to see patients in clinic and perform surgeries.
Winnie Rotich is an observing Kenyan medical student with the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Toronto, a member of the AMPATH consortium. She reflects on her experience in Toronto and the ways she will use her experience to improve care in Kenya.