A week of cultural experiences in Cameroon

Patrick Ercole shares with us more photos of our team in Cameroon.

The “family” photo of nursing faculty and students from Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College (spot them in blue scrubs!) and the University of Buea:

Alyssa, Kate and Julie with some of the Cameroonian student nurses:

Passing out certificates to University of Buea students upon completion of the HIV workshop:

Taking a break during a hike on Mount Cameroon! Can you tell that it’s humid there?

After an enriching first week delivering the HIV educational workshop, our team is now immersing themselves in wonderful cultural experiences such as visiting pygmy tribes (typically forest-dwelling hunter-gatherers). Then they return to St. Louis this weekend. We wish them safe travels and look forward to hearing about their experiences.

2 thoughts on “A week of cultural experiences in Cameroon

  1. What a great experience for all!!! I am sure that the posts show just a small portion of the expereince, but they have been so interesting. I look forward to hearing about the trip and the things you found on your journey. The one thing I do not envy is your flight there ane back! Have a safe trip back!!!

  2. Thank you for the wonderful posts! I have viewed all four of them today….looks and sounds like this has been an amazing experience. I can hardly wait to hear all about it when you return. Hope your remaining days are full of adventure and discovery. Safe travels home.

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