Doctors united in ‘being a gift to the world’ at Rotary-sponsored medical training with visiting physicians from Australia. The training was conducted in September in Bolenge, Equateur province. L to R: Dr Yoursen Bosolo, medical coordinator of 6 general hospitals, 9 maternity centers and 42 functioning health centers under the auspices of Disciples of Christ Community in Congo (a HandUp Congo partner), Dr Vera Sistenich, Dr PepyMowengo (medical director of Bolenge hospital), Dr Pepe Banza (interpreter and family medicine physician at Tshikaji hospital) and Dr Grace Maano. Dr Bosolo is currently enrolled in an intensive 3-month English course in Nairobi. “I must be able to communicate with our English-speaking supporters and donors,” he says.
Letter from Dr Bosolo,
Dear Madam Lucy,
It is nice to write for you again from Nairobi where I still learning english.
I inform you that I met Dr. Grace [on right in photo] yesterday while she was training Kenyan medical teams about emergency ultrasonographiy,together with others trainers from U,S and Kenya. She introdused me again during the the training and I particited in the training althought I came late after English courses.
We talked about making some projects, and we will surely work when I will go back. We have to keep contact and God willing we could make goods things for people of Congo and to be exactly a gift of world.
I congratulate too much Dr. Grace, she have demonstrated that she is gift of world because ,she have worked hardly fron D.R.C, OUGANDA and KENYA. What wonderful Rotarian!?,I think that as a medical doctor ,it is a good way to work for God. It is like a light during the darkness which people have to follow for getting in the right way.
I went also to the meeting of Rotary club’s Hurl. in Naiorobi, I was welcoming by all members of this club, especialy the president of projet Joseph who are taking care for me every time and I plan to go at the meeting while I will get a free time.