Nelson Muoki

Gibson has spina bifida and hydrocephalus. He can’t walk and has very limited limb function and yet he still helps take care of his baby brother. This one time he had come for follow-up clinic, which sometimes has long queues, and so he was helping his mother hold his sleeping brother.

Why Won’t You Help?

I am not in a position to help, I don’t have any extras. It’s not my responsibility. How can I help when I also need help? How will others look at me when they see me do it? I’m not in a position to help today, maybe another day. I will give when I have…

Shanice and her mother at a mobile clinic

From Regret to Joy

When you work at a place where you meet about 20 new faces every week, after a while, you begin to see a lot of familiar faces on follow-up clinics. Nyeri is one of our new mobile clinics, and because of this, it’s not so busy and there are just a few familiar faces coming…

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