The newly trained Kafwa in Luapula, Zambia, are off to work to monitor babies at the local clinic! Jane, their supervisor, has a HealthEd Connect smart phone that she uses to send reports and share pictures. She has no electricity in her home but somehow manages to find a way to keep the battery charged. Fortunately, cell towers are popping up in even remote areas making it possible to communicate in ways never dreamed of in the recent past.
If you squint real hard, you will be able to see the women are wearing matching skirts or wrappers. That's their "uniform." Their fondest hope,---to have t-shirts bearing the HealthEd Connect logo--- is about to be realized. T-shirts are on the way!