This year, we had an amazing turn out from early on in the day, at our Medical Camp that for the third time has taken place in Kerege, just a few kilometers away.  
Seven hundred and forty seven Kerege residents completed the clinic rounds after having received medical treatment, counselling and referrals in dentistry, cervical cancer, eye care, dermatology, Mother and child care, including obstetric kits, and malaria prevention among others. 
More than 200 Rotarians, Rotaractors, Interactors, medical personnel and community members banded together to make it happen. 
"A sunday well spent!!! Was so honoured and humbled to share in the experience of one babu who hadn't been able to read newspapers in years cause of his failing eyesight. A pair of corrective lenses courtesy of sightsavers and first thing he asked for was a newspaper...didn't care how old it was. He sat down under a mango tree with tears streaming down his face cause he could finally read the paper. Things many of us take for granted. Well done Joysterbarians!!" - Rtn. Aida Kiangi
Fantastic job done by all.. Team Joysterbay! 
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