From mid-September until late May, our amazing FIMRC Fellow Michael Seacat lived on site at Project Bumwalukani. Michael's commitment to the community at Project Bumwalukani was evident shortly after he came on site, becoming heavily involved the Orphan and Vulnerable Children group and creating his fantastic "Khu Wona" video series. In addition to the various projects he was working on, he was also able to serve as a resource for volunteers as they became acquainted with life on site. Michael had the opportunity to work with thirty volunteers during his stay at Project Bumwalukani and beautifully shared their experience with us. Enjoy!
In the latest installment of Michael Seacat's Khu Wona series, take a glimpse into the programming and clinical operations at Project Bumwalukani as told by our wonderful staff!
Project Bumwalukani's Community Health Educator Program has been in place since 2009, with continued success in improving health practices in the communities surrounding Bumwalukani. The purpose of the CHE program is to empower members of the community FIMRC works in to address as many of the health needs as possible as well as educating those in the Orphan and Vulnerable Children program and the Post-Test Club. In FIMRC Fellow Michael Seacat's latest Khu-Wona video, follow CHE Kadijah as she explains her role in this amazing program!