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The Canadian Jamat was informed about the Diamond Jubilee visit of Mawlana Hazar Imam, His Highness the Aga Khan, to Pakistan on Sunday, November 12, 2017.At that time we were in the midst of getting ready for Mawlana Hazar Imam’s didars that were to commence later that week – several mulaqats for the Ontario Jamat in Toronto over a four day period and two for the Jamats of Quebec and the Maritime Provinces in Montreal. However, the news of the Pakistan visit filled our hearts with even more happiness and joy.Sher Wali Khan Aseer, a prominent retired educationist, writer and author, told Chitral Today that volunteers were busy in different villages to repair roads leading into Booni.He described the extremely poor condition of the 80 km track from Bang to Booni and said it took five to six hours to travel that short distance.The third phase was the creation of new chemotherapy protocols with new items incorporated to prevent severe vomiting in kids undergoing chemotherapy.The presentation on the day of the didar went smoothly, and the roll out and implementation of the four phases of the project was surprisingly smooth with very few minor hitches, thanks to the teamwork, hard work and enthusiasm of my Ugandan colleagues — two very inspiring and brilliant physicians, two equally incredible nurses, and my very determined and hard-working pharmacist colleague.
Every little bit helps – the average cost to Lacor Hospital for treating a child in the pediatric ward is 25 Canadian dollars, while the average cost to Lacor Hospital for a nurse’s monthly salary is only 250 Canadian dollars.
She travelled to Gulu, Uganda, to implement a project for St Mary’s Hospital Lacor as part of her Pharm D doctoral rotations from October 2017 to December 2017.
Due to the extreme poverty determined by over 20 years of conflict which ended in 2007, most patients are treated for free or at very subsidized rates.
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Gulu is a city in the Northern Region of Uganda, with a population of 152,276 (2014 census).