Interface sends out more equipment to CoRSU hospital
19th September, 2018
A photo of the happy therapists receiving their equipment!
Interface has collected and sent 16 boxes of new and used equipment to CoRSU hospital – new splinting material and velcro, used splints, loads of surgical and anaesthetic equipment that is no longer used at the Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital, blankets knitted by a cleft nurse in Oxford – all packed up and sent out to Uganda, where it will be put into good use.
Report from Justus in Kagando
17th September, 2018
Interface has been funding a newly qualified physiotherapist from Mbarara University to work at Kagando hospital.
He has sent us his first report, which you can see here. September 2018 – Report from Justus at Kagando hospital
Here is an excerpt from his report:BENEFITS OF HAVING A PHYSIO INTERN AT KAGANDO HOSPITAL. Reduction of workload on the physiotherapist. Kagando hospital has a very busy outpatients department on a daily basis. Similarly there are patients on wards that need physiotherapy treatment. Presence [...]