Chamberlain College of Nursing students are currently providing care in the urban area of Nairobi, Kenya, as part of the Global Health Education Program.
Student Emeka Orji, of Richmond, Texas, is sharing his experiences on the trip in real-time on Instagram. Follow him here, and see some of the trip highlights so far below:
"Today's clinical was a success and we were excited to help 325+ people who needed some medical attention. Let's not stop here and we do what we do with great love and appreciation."
"This is one of my group member Taylor with her beautiful baby. This is why we do what we do. Making sure the future is bright for them."
"Second clinical day was great. Can't wait for day 3!"
"Suturing his cut."
"Wonderful Kenyan kids. My new best friends."
"Some of my group here in Nairobi Kenya."
"Sorting medical supplies."
Interested in Chamberlain's Global Health Education program? Learn more at www.chamberlain.edu/academics/global-health-education-program
By Danielle Logacho
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