|We drove 5 hours to Gulu for some follow-ups and training. E|
Howard always manages to find some kids.
|More kids to share a smile with. Then another 5 hours drive|
back to Kampala. A long day!
|Elder & Sister Hunter from Murray training physiotherapists for|
wheelchair assessment and follow-ups. They have come before
and trained these people and this is a follow-up for that training.
|Rose (in blue) is the nurse in charge at the hospital. Actually,|
the National Wheelchair Committee Person.
|Dennis, Herbert and another guy get more training.|
|Handcycle that we saw had been used by an older gentlemen for|
his transportation. Looks well used!! He was hanging out with
friends, playing cards.
|After KFC lunch we went to a place that manufactures wheelchairs|
here in Kampala. They had a great set up! And one of the employees
uses walking aids.
|Just about any kind of chair is made here, depending on the|
disability and the need.
|E Howard had to check out the wheels. They even took him to a|
shop where they build wheels, his old specialty.
|This man was there learning how to use his prosthesis. He is doing|
|Also, a lady learning.|
|Howards, 2 men that run the dept, Hunters and the hospital|
chief who had never been to this department before. They were quite
thrilled to have him there. He seemed impressed with the help
and knowledge offered.
|I watched this couple come in and leave after a short time and|
noticed the wife never tried to assist him.
|After getting herself settled, she proceeded to show us her wares.|
She decided to make some money, when she saw the muzungus.
A great example of someone willing to work hard to support her family!!
Her wonderful smile never left her face!