Neema International is working hard to form a partnership with the KCMC hospital and their medical students so that the Tuleeni orphans will have constant access to free healthcare and educational seminars!! On December 1st, the 36 KCMC medical students who are in the UN medical student chapter chose Tuleeni orphanage as this year's World AID's day project-- we had these 36 amazing doctors come to the orphanage to teach the kids about protecting yourself from HIV and two certified doctors taught my older kids about reproductive health!! ALL OUR CHILDREN GOT HIV TESTS FOR FREE AND ALL THE TESTS WERE NEGETIVE!!!! Sooooo thankful my kids are healthy!
Some days I really feel like a mom... Spent a large part of the afternoon holding by kids in my lap, and comforting them while they get their blood drawn... AND Then having the doctor call me over as the kids' mother to show me the tests results and seeing every test was HIV negative.... My eyes teared up. I was so relieved. So so so thrilled to have these kids in my life and to be able to supply them with opportunities like this
So fortunate to have access to this wonderful group of doctors!