Category Archives: Dave & Clare in South Sudan

The Greyhavens

Our last day in Juba dawned bright and we both spent our breakfast watching sun up on the Nile. Whilst Clare packed, I went to the hospital to tie up some loose ends. Our journeys to hospital were always amusing … Continue reading

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All’s well that ends well…. and sometimes when it appears to end badly.

I have been instructed by David to write about “happy endings”.  Currently sitting on a comfy sofa, in a comfortable ambient temperature, having spent the day yesterday with my extended family, eating good food and drinking good wine, I can … Continue reading

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Tribal conflicts and personal battles

I think that this is probably the most difficult blog that I have written so far.  We arrived back from Uganda the night before last, having had a lovely break.  David went back to JTH yesterday to continue his work … Continue reading

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Harvard, the Roman Catholic Church, and medical Students

We thought we would devote a special post to talking about The Harvard group. You will have heard us mention them during the previous blog posts and we thought that we would take a little time to elaborate. They have … Continue reading

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A bloody good Christmas!

I’m writing this in the hospital waiting for the power to come on.  There is no point in me going to theatres and sweltering, as at this time it is not possible to do any work.  The hospital is a … Continue reading

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The Birth Pangs of a Modern Medical Ward

Dave:  It was some time ago now since we had the consultants workshop and many changes are taking place. We thought we would talk you through some of the highlights of a meeting just over two weeks ago, between the … Continue reading

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Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful and committed citizens can change the world. It’s the only thing that ever has.

We apologise for the tardiness of this blog. Life is so busy at the moment that we can barely keep ahead of things out here. However, allow us to take up the threads of the previous blog and move forward. … Continue reading

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