Sunday, June 3, 2012


Sister Gloribel is in her second year of Nursing, which in Honduras means a whole year of practice at a health center.  Happily she is able to do it right in Guaimaca.  Her supervisor at the Health Center allows her to still work two days a week at the St. Rose of Lima Clinic with Sister María Ceballos.

These past months have given Sister Gloribel a variety of experiences in many aspects of nursing: triaging and treating patients, record keeping, vaccination campaigns,  etc.

During the three weeks of the vaccination campaign, she saw herself vaccinating at the Health Center, in the villages, the different barrios or neighborhoods of the City of Guaimaca, and also at the Marie Poussepin Center.


We can see Sister Gloribel visiting different homes.

       At the Marie Poussepin Center Sr. Gloribel vaccinated many of the younger students.   


Andrea López, one of the tutors,
was also vaccinated
She had just turned 21 years old
Meriboni Bonilla, a 2010 graduate,
who was visiting at the moment,
also benefitted from the onsite vaccination.

It is good t see Sr. Gloribel being more familiar witht he different aspects of healthcare. 
This is certainly a great asset to the community and to the mission!

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