This is two years late but what is it they say; better late than never? I won’t even try to explain why it took so long. For one, MMK got a new website 2 years ago and I wasn’t that savy with its servers. Or perhaps its because this trip had a lot of mis-steps and blunders that I felt uncomfortable sharing. Anyway, back to the story; MMK team 2016 had an incredibly talented team from across the US. The team was headed by Dr Anjuli Kumar, a Pediatric Gastroentologist from Long
It has taken me a while to write about our 2014 summer trip to Kenya. I will blame it on my now 2 year old son who will not let me sit down with my laptop. But I did not want 2014 to end without reflecting on the trip we had, cerebrate the amazing volunteers, and remember the wonderful Kenyan people that we encountered.
It was an extra-ordinary trip for many reasons. For starters, this trip had a group of repeat volunteers and almost all the
Ever since I became a nurse I’ve wanted to do a medical mission. In fact, it was one of the reasons I went into the medical field. I wanted to save the world but instead, I ended up in LA working at UCLA. Go figure! Had anyone told me I would have to wait 30 years to achieve my dream, I wouldn’t have believed it, but that’s exactly what happened. With kids out of the way, established career, and supportive husband, I signed up for my very first mission. Millicent, our fearle