The doctor’s post in Kamimbi should provide health care to more than 10,000 people. This is not realistic since the building is now no more than a large space with two separate rooms. In one room clients are received and medicines dispensed and the other room is a room where minor surgeries take place, but also where deliveries are initiated. There is no running water and no electricity. From a hygienic point of view the rooms score highly insufficient. There is little medication, but also almost no good materials to properly perform procedures and deliveries. This leads to many complications. Unfortunately, there is still too much mortality among pregnant women, mainly due to blood poisoning. But also viruses and parasites like malaria still make too many victims. The clinic has five employees, two of whom are nurses and three of whom are support staff, mostly volunteers.
The new construction and renovation are carried out by Epicrete.
A local party with which the Liberi Foundation works closely together.
Everything in consultation with (local) government, the head of health care in the district and the national Red Cross.
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