The second day was all advanced disease recognition and algorithms. Peak Flow meters were donated to us and I showed them how to use them and then we used them on the children. Asthma is a big problem in Swaziland. The third day was basic pharmacology of antibiotics and we finished up with cases.
We now have 25 teachers who are trained on disease assessment, recognition and basic treatment. They will serve as the first health care line caring for the children at the Care Points and the Mercy Centers. This will insure that children will be cared for before they get sick so they can grow spiritually and with His love.
In all things give thanks,