Four boys

27 October 2018

This photo shows that a training in continence management also brings a lot of fun and pleasure. Buried among other boys, our trainer Johannes Urban enjoyed the special relation he has built up with them. The training in Mwanza was a great success and the parents donated a rhino carved in Ebony wood. The rhinoceros is the most protected animal in Africa, so we want to protect doctors with a big heart. Nurse Maria Prestel got a trio of impala's because those are animals that work together to survive. As a spina bifida nurse she knows how to make people work together. Thank you Johannes and Marie.

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