Category Archives: Better Healthcare for Africa

Cancer Education at a Mission Hospital in Zimbabwe

Hello, Everyone – I am writing to you from St. Albert’s Mission Hospital in Zimbabwe. The hospital is located in a rural area 120 miles north of the capital city Harare. I am in second and final week here, and … Continue reading

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BHA Accomplishments for 2013

Hi, Everyone, Here is an overview of Better Healthcare for Africa’s key activities and accomplishments for 2013, with links for more information. Please note that much of what we do is made possible by your donations. I am particularly pleased to … Continue reading

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2012 Year-End Update

Dear Friends, I would like to briefly share some of Better Healthcare for Africa’s 2012 activities and accomplishments, many of which were made possible by your donations. Most notably in 2012, we mourned the passing of Dr. Elizabeth Tarira, an … Continue reading

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BHA 2011 Year-End Review

Dear Friends, As the year comes to a close we are excited to share the accomplishments of Better Healthcare for Africa with you. BHA had a very successful year in 2011, and we hope you will consider making a tax-deductible … Continue reading

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St. Albert’s as seen by Brother’s Brother Foundation

In December 2010, Dr. Jerry “Chip” Lambert, medical director for Brother’s Brother Foundation, visited several mission hospitals in Zimbabwe and Malawi as an initial step in identifying hospitals that might receive supplies from container shipments that Brother’s Brother is planning … Continue reading

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Why St. Albert’s?

Visitors new to our blog may wonder why we’ve chosen to support St. Albert’s Mission Hospital and its doctors and staff. The reason is straight forward: Drs. Elizabeth Tarira, Neela Naha and Julia Musariri, along with staff such as Melania … Continue reading

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