Saturday, March 7, 2015

St. Lukes Hospital, Apam Ghana West Africa.

February 19, 2015 found James Borody boarding a plane bound for Ghana West Africa. This trip had been planned for quite awhile. A family illness, and the Ebola scare this year kept postponing the trip to Apam, but, finally on the the 19th of February he was off!

James left a very cold wintery Michigan, and enjoyed the temperatures in the high 90s and low 100s.

St. Luke's Hospital welcomed him 'warmly'.

James had 5 eager lab students who were attentive and caught on quickly to the training.

Power and water are scarce throughout Ghana right now. James was thankful for the generator that St. Luke's Hospital had running while he was there.

               At the end of training, certificates were proudly given and received.

A special thank you was given to James for his help by Sister M.M. She was instrumental in getting James to and from Apam, and was a great resource for him during training. 

We continue to thank you for your prayers for WWLAB. 

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