Grand opening: Bath house and storage facilities

In January, CURE Uganda celebrated the completion of its newest building: a co-worker and visitor bathroom and storage building. The celebration started with a speech by Executive Director Tim Erickson, followed by prayer with Pastor Fred. Then the ribbon cutting officially opened the building afterwards and co-workers received a quick tour. Of course, a cake was part of the celebration!

The building houses three bathrooms/changing rooms and one shower room. Half of the building is also a storage unit for medical supplies, general service cleaning supplies, and equipment. This new building is located adjacent to the Administration Building and Spiritual Center. It was needed to accommodate growing staff and visitors. It also freed up space in the Administration Building for a new office and a computer resource center where co-workers will be able to use computers with support from the hospital’s IT Department.

The exterior of the new staff and visitor bathroom and storage building.

Pastor Fred prays during the grand opening.

One of three bathrooms / changing rooms.

The shower room.

Lameck stands in the storage room.

 


Photo of the Christopher Mullen

About the Author:

Aloha, I’m Christopher, the CURE Storyteller at CURE Uganda. My favorite thing in the world to do is make photographs, and I get to do that in a wonderful environment. On a normal day, I get to document surgeons, doctors, and nurses saving lives and families being prayed for and comforted by every department in the hospital. Prior to working for CURE, I spent the last two years working as a freelance photojournalist in Glenwood Springs, Colorado.

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