“It is 7:30 am. The tide is low and the small town of Lamu is just waking up as we prepare to leave for Kiangwe Village. “This is the best time to leave so that we can come back before the tide gets stronger,” nurse Harrison Kalu tells one of his team members as he carefully places a box containing a variety of drugs into the speedboat. The four-member team takes their position in the boat and the coxswain starts the engine. Although the ocean is still calm, some water still splashes into the boat.“
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