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Delivers a baby on the roadside in Oti Region

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District Director of Health and Public Health Nurse at Biakoye District Delivers a baby on the roadside in Oti Region A few days ago DDHS Rita Wurapa and Public Health Nurse Rose Ayivor were on a monitoring trip to Dambai and Nkwanta. At Dambai, her team encountered a woman in labour on a motor bike. […]

Excited to share this Beautiful en caul Birth Gallery

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I am so excited to share this beautiful en caul birth gallery with you all. Jessica and Alvin labored, connected through every contraction for 12 hours on the day of the full moon. Jessica gave birth to her sweet baby girl just as she imagined it. In a birth pool in her home surrounded by […]

Peggy Chepkemoi and Vida Wanjiru are professional medical practitioners

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The African Compassion These two beautiful African sisters Peggy Chepkemoi and Vida Wanjiru are professional medical practitioners. After graduating from the Moi University School of Medicine in Kenya, they decided not to be stationed at one hospital; instead, they travel around the world to deliver free medical services in various Black Communities where their knowledge […]

ADVICE TO MY FELLOW MEN ABOUT THEIR PREGNANT WIVES

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ADVICE TO MY FELLOW MEN ABOUT THEIR PREGNANT WIVES… I am a man,but today I want us to discuss about PREGNANCY. Do you know that certain things you do when your wife is pregnant actually contributes to state of health of the mother and unborn child? Listen, it bothers me a lot when I see […]

So let’s talk about “safe” foods for snails

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So let’s talk about “safe” foods for snails. This is a hard and fiercely debated topic, and depending on what country you live in, the list of foods you can feed, and ones you absolutely cannot vary greatly. In the UK and Holland, Oranges are on the absolutely do not feed list as they are […]