Enelson the youngest patient at the Cholera house

Patient care by Caroline and Lori. 

When you enter and exit the yard you have to be sprayed down with a solution of alcohol.

Each major room has a place to step in that has bleach water in it.  This is to clean your shoes.

Seriously I got a low  shot of the buckets for you.  These buckets are all full by the end of the day with the liquids that Cholera makes the body expel.  understand?  They have to be dumped daily.

some of the new admits 

Mirline from the RC is still recovering from Cholera

a visitor build these new IV poles they are working out well


4 Responses to Cholera

  1. Rob says:

    Thank God you are there to help these people. Without you and your family these people would have no hope. Keep up the good work. We are praying for you all!

  2. Emily says:

    I was wondering WHERE you can even dispose of the wastes from the buckets? How do you keep the cholera from being a never-ending cycle?

    Thank you for doing all you do…praying!

  3. Debby Smith says:

    Thanks for the pictures. You are doing a great job. So glad we could send you all thoes buckets. Praying for everyone to get better.

  4. Sarah says:

    Keep up the good work. We are praying. Thank you for showing us how its all set up and so organized. wow. I am overwhelmed just thinking about how to keep all those people alive and keep it all clean and under control. Love you all tons.

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