A trip to Mulago

3 thoughts on “A trip to Mulago”

  1. Thank you for both the stark reality and the ray of hope. Mthese women and babies will be just that much safer with Taylor there! Xxoo

  2. Fascinating, Taylor. Your work inspires me, and I will be making a contribution to the agency with which you are working. Your words and descriptions make me realize how truly lucky I am to have been born in the USA and I am really beginning to appreciate all that I take for granted. Stay safe, sweet one. xo

  3. Absolutely gripping Taylor. What you didn’t mention but came through loud and clear from your photos was the din you must have experienced while all this chaos was going on. The mothers in childbirth, the hustle and bustle of staff commanding order in a sea of disorder, cries of pain and cries for attention…the cacaphony drowning out the newborns first gasps of life. The photo of the hallway, patient bathroom and a barefoot within inches of the pool of blood…..seared into my memory. We’ve got to find a way of getting your blog on Melinda Gates’s radar!

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