Julie Yerger

Julie Yerger


Julie has had several roles at Kibogora Hospital. Currently, her goal is to help decrease the hospital’s infant mortality rate, focusing on education and mentoring for the nurses in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). In future phases she will work with nurse midwives at the hospital and then with community nurses. Julie also helps with the program for poor senior citizens in the community.

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Pray for:

a spirit of understanding as Julie encounters cultural differences

the people of Rwanda to have and show the love of God

more Kibogora Hospital patients and staff to receive Christ as their Savior

hospital employees to have a desire to improve the hospital and provide better patient care


June 13

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A Nurse’s Notes: Charting my life in Rwanda

  • Happy Mamas

    This week we received two new babies. One her brother who was born last year was brought to the hospital too late and he died from complications to jaundice. These babies are always so sad for me, as jaundice is…

  • Challanges of an International Life

    I taught my cook how to make pumpkin bread, and it is really good. But the last time I asked her to make it, the outside was burned a little while the inside of the bread was more like pumpkin…

  • Hidden Treasures

    I enjoyed Venice, but the past couple of days we have been driving out to small walled cities and walking the walls or the center of the historical town. I am really loving these little towns. The region where I…

  • Friends

    God took three women from different parts of the USA and another from the UK and put us all at Kibogora. We would never have met if it hadn’t been for our time there. And now we are hanging out…

  • Padernello Castle

    Before going to Italy I looked up castles in the Lombardy region of Italy. The Padernello Castle was one that came up. It is in a tiny farming community with only 1 church and 1 restaurant. The castle was locked…

  • Venice

    Saturday we hopped on the train and headed to Venice. What an interesting city! No Gondola rides as they cost about 80 euros, but we took the water taxis (like a city bus…on water) and wandered through the narrow streets…

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