Here, we have a photo of the ranch house where we slept. It had a total of five rooms, a kitchen, a dining room, and a common area. The accomodations were simple and clean. We also had all of our meals preparedfor us. We took a tour of the hospital, which was in poor condition compared to any U.S. hospital. However, I have been to a few Cameroonian hospitals, and this one was one of the better ones I have been. It was strange because as we took a tour we visited some of the rooms where there were actual patients. In one room, a lady was soon to give birth and in another room, a woman and her one day old baby were resting. The hospital was small and it serves thousands of people who live in the area.
We also took a tour of the school. The students had a small break. They all rushed over to us to have their photo taken. The little boy in the front is my friend, Adamou. All the school children in Cameroon wear uniforms.