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Day 4- Making waiti...
Even though we arrived at the hospital at 6:30am, we have one patient here already waiting for his surgery. After setting up, I accompanied the doctors on their rounds this morning checking on the five p... Read More »
Day 5- Shedding hap...
We arrived later than normal to the hospital due to COVID testing of our team (at 7:30am). We were surprised, and a bit guilty, when we entered to a round of applause from the patients scheduled for surg... Read More »
Day 6- Giving peopl...
It amazes me how we have had rain every night we are here but it has cleared up by breakfast. It seems mother nature is watering all these beautiful plants while we sleep. Some of us got up extra early Read More »
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Day 9 – a puzzle ev...
Sometimes it is difficult to schedule the operations here in Firozabad. Not because there are no registrations (despite the fact that there may also be some more), but mainly because there are ‘no sh... Read More »
Day 8 – start of th...
This mission is characterized by the many burns and the misery that this brings to their lives daily. We can imagine that the (often painful) scars make it so hard to play and move freely. It makes it d... Read More »