“In 2010, after completing two degrees in the United States, Umra Omar returned to her homeland. And really, you couldn’t blame her: the coastal region of Kenya, where she was born, is pristine and beautiful. At its hub is Lamu, a 14th-century town of Swahili-heritage that looks out onto the Indian Ocean, its coastline peppered with the rocking white boats of fisherman and tourists.“
Read the article, Doctors With Boats: How a Kenyan Woman Is Keeping Her People Healthy, here.
Learn more about Umra Omar’s project, Safari Doctors, here.