The World Bank published a brief essay titled, Cured Into Destitution: The Risk of Financial Catastrophe After Surgery, a quick, informative read. Surgery has been called the “Neglected Stepchild of Global Health,” which I addressed in detail in an essay published...read more
Listen at: https://simplecast.com/s/d4c28cca or on Apple Podcasts episode 5 under Friends of Kijabe Transcript We (Ginny and I) had both an outward and inward Call to Africa. Outward is Mark Newton saying to me, Rodger you’d be perfect for this...read more
Conversation with Chris Carter about hiking the Pacific Crest Trail (From Mexico to Canada) and lessons about life, faith and endurance learned along the way. I think you will find many universal principles that are certainly true in medicine, about drive,...read more
The biggest problem is when we feel it cannot be done, it blocks the mind from getting creative ideas. Just say that we can do it, then we can sit down and figure out how we can do it. It is not impossible! Meet Dr....read more
and how can you use it? Have you ever been frustrated when trying to give to a charity? Wouldn't it be great if giving were simple? While we try to make giving online with Friends of Kijabe as easy as possible, there are circumstances where you may need extra help to...read more
Meet Chege Macharia, Kijabe head and neck specialist surgeon, and the first guest for the Friends of Kijabe podcast! My hope is that these conversations show you the heart and motivations of leaders at Kijabe hospital as we talk about work, life,...read more
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