2021 Here it is!  Clinic de Morowaya Bika-Fisa  
Which translates to Health Center of Morowaya - Today is Better - Change is Coming.

The village chose a nice location for this clinic near the school and the first drilled well.

Current Project

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Some of the villagers gather to offer prayers of thanks and hope for their medical clinic.

Special Announcement! 

The Minister of Health has sent word to Bolokada that the Guinea government is interested in partnering with Morowaya to ensure the success of this clinic.

 At this time a written agreement is being drafted that may include monetary support for the doctor! 

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Sekouba Saran Conde

 

Sekouba Conde grew up in Morowaya, studied 

Medicine and Public Health at a university in Conakry and is currently a practicing physician there.    

 

He has agreed to return to the village with his family and become the village doctor.    

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A Doctor and Medical Clinic for Morowaya 

Bolokada has lost two children to diseases that were treatable if there were better access to healthcare.  Earlier this year he lost his son Balla, to diabetes and a few years ago he lost his daughter Delly, to epilepsy.       

 

Great progress has been made on our medical clinic.  The building is up and the exterior almost complete but the interior is barely started.  Soon the workers will skim coat and paint the exterior, then the interior floors, walls and ceilings will be finished.  Windows and doors will be installed to secure the building and the furnishings will be put in place.  The refrigerator, dehumidifier, and lights will be solar powered with a battery and generator backup.  Follow our blog for the latest photos of the construction.

Sekouba Conde has been trained at the government hospital in Conakry on the medical microscope we purchased for him last year.  He will use this microscope to examine blood, saliva, urine, and fecal matter to make a diagnosis and determine treatment.  

 

Diabetes is on the rise in Guinea most likely due to poor nutrition and common illnesses such as  malaria, diarrhea and yellow fever are caused by insects bites and parasites.  Other prevalent health concerns in this area of Guinea are infections due to lacerations, respiratory infections, and sickness brought on by childbirth for mothers and their newborn babies. 

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 The "Friends" have thoughtfully prepared a step-by-step plan allowing time to measure the progress, make adjustments and move forward. 

We are a recognized 501(c)(3) Charity 

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