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Misericordia Students on a Mission in Tanzania

Posted by Guest Faculty Blogger on Jun 6, 2016

Misericordia students Haley Hall, Lexi Giannone, Katie Hurley and Lisa Tondora, accompanied by Dr. Cynthia Mailloux, are on a two week service learning trip to Karagwe, Tanzania.  


They are working with nurses and doctors at Nyakahanga Hospital. Students are experiencing Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO's) in the community and learning to understand how the new Sustainable Development Goals are being achieved. 


They participated in a mobile clinic visit where they administered vaccinations and assisted with antenatal assessments in a remote village.  The experience has provided a great opportunity to immerse themselves in the African culture.  

Check back periodically for updates from Tanzania.

Cindy-Mailloux-pic4.jpgAbout the author: Dr. Cynthia Glawe Mailloux is professor and chairperson of the Nursing Department at Misericordia University. Her primary area of practice focuses on nursing education and curriculum development. This is the second year that Dr. Mailloux has participated in the Global Health course offered in Tanzania.  

For more information on Misericordia's Nursing programs, click here.

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