We are so excited to share with you our favorite photos from Kenya and Uganda this week!
There are no shopping malls in (or anywhere near) Kaihura, so when I want to go shopping I go to the market! The market sells shoes, clothes, veggies, and fruits. You never know what you are going to find at the market, and if you do find something you had better be ready to bargain for it!
Everest is paralyzed from the chest down, and was brought to BHTF when he was in very bad shape physically. He has been healing, and living near Village Art making handcrafts for the craft shop to sell. This week Everest moved to a bigger house closer to Hope Again Medical Clinic. Everest is going to be bought a wheelchair and this new house is more wheelchair accessible. It is also much closer to the clinic, so his health can be monitored more closely. I am very excited to see Everest moving to a bigger, nicer house and even more excited that he will soon be mobile (with the help of his wheelchair)!
This week we had a medical team from California visit Blessed Camp. They helped out at the clinic and also brought supplies to help restock the clinic’s shelves.