This is our nurse Gibril Saneh. He is in charge of the village of Bajeran.
Bajeran is a small village located near the border with Senegal. The approximately 750 people who live here mainly belong to the Jolas.
Gibril is a primary school teacher. During school hours he takes care of the children with wounds. Outside school hours, he makes time for the villagers.
He always clearly tells his patients that the wound care is every other day and that if they do not show up, this is their own responsibility.
These are our nurse Meta Fm Kujabie and Momodou Lamin Jarju.
They are responsible for the village of Dimbaya. Dimbaya is a village located near the border with Senegal. The people who live here (+-1500 people) mainly belong to the Jola.
Meta is a primary school teacher. During school hours she takes care of her students with a wound. After school hours, Meta still has various wound care services at her home. When Meta notices that the a patient has difficulty getting to her, she goes to him for wound care.
Momodou is a higher education teacher in Brikama. He helps his wife in wound care where necessary. He also replaces her when she is sick or when she has to do something else.
These are our nurse Adama Susso and Mama Darboe. They are responsible for the health post in Jambur.
Jambur is a village between Sanyang and Brikama. The people who live here (+-800 people) mainly belong to the Mandinka.
Adama and Mama were already the nurses of this health post. We have trained them in the use of the honey ointment and made some adjustments in wound care.
This is our nurse Nfally Jatta. He is in charge of the village of Gunjur Kunkujang.
Gunjur Kunkujang is a village located between Sanyang and Kartong. The people who live here (+-1750 people) mainly belong to the Foula.
Nfally helps his father in everyday life. Since becoming a nurse at Leetulor, Nfally has been appointed football first aider.
This is our nurse Modou Sanyang. He is in charge of the village of Mahmuda.
Mahmuda is a village that is far from the paved road. The people who live here (+- 1350 people) mainly belong to the Mandinka.
Modou has to travel a lot for his work and often goes up country. Since becoming a nurse with Leetulor, he travels less and his patients take precedence over everything else. Modou also receives many patients from other villages, making him a busy nurse.