Durango nurses provide health services to rural Ugandans

Durango nurses provide health services to rural Ugandans

From left: Durango residents Kathy Darnell, executive director of Step Up Uganda, nurse Bethany Graf and nurse Debra Price administer health services to Ugandans last week.
Durango nurse Debra Price spent two weeks in Uganda to help provide health services to families in need.
Durango nurse Bethany Graf gives a vaccination to Uganda children.
Aidah, left, and Durango nurse Bethany Graf give health advice to a Ugandan woman. Aidah was an interpreter for the two Durango nurses who visited the country for two weeks to provide health services. Aidah is an HIV/AIDS counselor in Uganda. To receive her public health degree, she received help from Carolle Anne Massone, a former director of the Pueblo Community College Nursing School and Mercy Regional Medical Center employee.

Durango nurses provide health services to rural Ugandans

From left: Durango residents Kathy Darnell, executive director of Step Up Uganda, nurse Bethany Graf and nurse Debra Price administer health services to Ugandans last week.
Durango nurse Debra Price spent two weeks in Uganda to help provide health services to families in need.
Durango nurse Bethany Graf gives a vaccination to Uganda children.
Aidah, left, and Durango nurse Bethany Graf give health advice to a Ugandan woman. Aidah was an interpreter for the two Durango nurses who visited the country for two weeks to provide health services. Aidah is an HIV/AIDS counselor in Uganda. To receive her public health degree, she received help from Carolle Anne Massone, a former director of the Pueblo Community College Nursing School and Mercy Regional Medical Center employee.
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