Engineers Marte, Richard and Mats visited Nyenga during a mission with Engineers Without Borders Norway. While at Nyenga, they also investigated the quality of the water in the area.
Nyenga’s health center arranged a health camp in March. Close to 400 patients attended the two-day camp.
At the age of 7 Sheila’s legs became paralyzed. After two years off illness she can now walk again. Here’s a story of a tough girl!
Nyenga’s health center is trying out a new project. Hopefully more people will have the opportunity to use the center’s services when they get ill.
Both joys and sorrows are encountered at Nyenga. The year of 2016 started with several births and a few, tragic deaths. The employees at Nyenga’s health center are ready for the challenges the year has to bring.
The health center’s camps in neighboring villages are resulting in an increase in new patients. The employees observe that the coverage area is widening.