Dear SAHARA Project Supporters, We thank you for keeping us in your thoughts and prayers these past several months. The SAHARA Project board has been spread across the globe this summer pursuing our career goals in medicine, developmental economics, and community health. We would like to share a brief summary of our summers as well […]Read more "September Update"
The scarcity of rubber gloves in Ebola-affected areas of West Africa contributes to the spread of the virus and the infection of medical personnel. Here’s what we can do about it.Read more "Fighting Ebola on the Ground Level: With Plastic Gloves and Chlorine"
Our next partnership is with Kibuye Hope Hospital in Burundi, training five community eye technicians. Kibuye just celebrated its first day of eye clinic yesterday, seeing forty-three patients. (Feel free to read more about the physicians and their families who are currently staffing and renovating the hospital.) Because preventable blindness is so prevalent in developing African […]Read more "Introducing Kibuye Hope Hospital"
Two Saturdays ago, August 10, we had our very first event. We introduced ourselves, the SAHARA Project, and our first fundraising project- scholarships for national nurses at Compassion Evangelical Hospital in Guinea. We were so blessed to have a huge crowd attend the event and humbled by the generosity of those who gave. We had […]Read more "Launch Event"