The beautiful smile on this  BiBi’s face tells the story of hope and restoration. BiBi had suffered the debilitating and painful condition of a prolapsed uterus, for many years. Now she is healed after a successful surgery. Sharing this special day with  Bibi is our caring and compassionate country director of Kivulini, Jude.

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  1. Beverley Defty

    It is always so encouraging and wonderful to read about the operations that restore lives that the staff of the hospital are doing.


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