|Phillip presenting at the Women's Clinic|
|Group at the women's clinic (thats the scale they use to weigh the babies)|
|Our lunch place|
The whole concept of "African time" is starting to sink in a little. When we asked our contact attorney what time we should be back at his office to get taxis and leave for our next appointment, his response was "We are supposed to be there at 2, so we will leave at 2." In the theoretical world of time travel, I guess that would be ok (and it seems to be ok here too). We didn't actually leave the office until 2:30, arrived at the school at 2:45. The women were not ready until 3. Again, when in Rome...
Our appointment was at a local primary school. We had a session scheduled there with some of the local teachers. This session was much more engaging than the session at the clinic had been. They were warm and welcoming. They asked a lot of questions and at the end of the session, we drafted wills for a third of the women who came to hear us. Tomorrow is going to be another busy day so thats all for now.
|Outside the Primary School|
|Phillip working with a woman at the primary school|
|Someone took my camera and snuck a picture of me|