Three years ago, we hired a physiotherapist who works wonders at the hospice in Kabuga. Seeing the importance of his work among the palliative patients, together with the sisters, we decided that we had to invest in physiotherapy. We went all the way!!! Today is the grand inauguration of the newly completed physiotherapy building!
The modern premises include all the facilities needed by the patients. Bathrooms, ramps, a large room which will now need to be fitted with professional equipment and… a terrace overlooking the Rwandan hills, where the patients will be able to relax after their hard work with the physiotherapist.
Marie Louise has been a patient at our hospice for four years. Paralysed by a fall from a great height and a fracture in three places in her spine, she receives the best possible help from the Sisters of the Angels. At home she would certainly not be able to cope on her own. Fortunately, there is Kabuga, where Marie Louise has her own place. Working with the physiotherapist has completely changed her life. She is happy to be here.
If you want miracles to happen in the lives of the patients of Rwanda’s only hospice, don’t hesitate! Visit GoodWorks 24/7 and donate a “day of care for a hospice patient” to Marie Louise and our other patients.
And since there is something to celebrate today, we have a surprise for you! The first ten people who purchase the “Day of care for a hospice patient” at GoodWorks 24/7 and send their details to [email protected] will receive a Good Factory mug painted with positive energy.
Morning coffee from this mug is a guarantee of a GOOD day!