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The Singlimari Diagnostic Camp: A Report

Singlimari is a village with a population of 212 and has a century old Church with 120 families. It is about 35 kilometers from Bhalukpong and 10 kilometers from…

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My Experience with Gas Insufflation Less Laparoscopy in India, June 10th, 2018 – June 29th, 2018

Two years back I had discussions with Dr. Peter Reemst and Katinka. The gist of the discussions was the future of Mutolere Hospital. The discussions centered on how to operationalize the vision…

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Identifying the Health Needs and Barriers for Local Surgical Care in Rural India

Identify local health needs and barriers to surgical care and unmet surgical needs. Build local health network, connect local researchers, healthcare providers and policy makers. Assess ways…

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Surgical Camp with SEESHA in Northeast India: Guest Blogger Dr. Ayodele Awojobi

The first time I came to India was in the year 2012, when I came along with my dad, the late Dr. Oleyombo Awojobi, for the conference of the Association of Rural Surgeons of India (ARSI) in Ratlam. A live surgery workshop was arranged during the conference, and that was where I first saw…

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A Trip With SEESHA

The first time I met Dr. Gnanaraj at our hospital in Thadagam, I remember thinking how lucky we were to have such a skilled laparoscopic surgeon/urologist helping us at our mission hospital. On a later date, when he told me that his team was planning a few surgical camps in…

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Experiences of God’s Faithfulness in the SEESHA Assam Medical Camp

I write this report in the train as I travel back home – so as to capture the sense of exhilaration I feel after attending a medical camp…

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