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New Pharmacy Building

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Some key parts of Kibuye Hope Hospital are less obvious than others. Cleaning, purchasing, lab testing, accounting, and so many other tasks are vital for a hospital to work well, but can be a bit hidden. Kibuye is about to open our new pharmacy building - a huge improvement to one of these critical support services.  
As KHH has grown over the past decades, the pharmacy function has grown, spread out, and moved around. There have been multiple small pharmacy locations, scattered around various buildings. It makes it hard to manage, hard to staff, and confusing and frustrating for patients. Our receiving and storage are done in places that are cause the tasks to be time-consuming and difficult.
Our new pharmacy is a stand-alone building, centrally located in the hospital compound. It's been designed and built so that all the functions - managing, receiving, storing, and serving patients - will all be more efficient, faster, and easier for everyone. Patients will get medicine easier a…

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Solar Power

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FHAU is happy to announce that because of the support of many donors Kibuye Hope Hospital has recently transitioned to 100% solar power for the entire campus. This means no more hassles with diesel fuel and the medical staff is able to have consistent power for the whole campus. We been privileged partner with International Technical Electric and Construction ((I-TEC), a non-profit Christian ministry based in based in Montoursville, PA, which designed, built and installed the system. It is functioning very well to the joy and satisfaction of the doctors and nurses who live and work there. Recently we received a message from Dr. Fader at Kibuye singing the praises of the new solar power: “the oxygen generator can satisfy the endless demand, incubators stay warm, operations can happen at all hours of the day or night, lab results never have to wait and x-rays can be taken when needed. The impact of solar power on the ability of Kibuye Hope Hospital to care for patients will be felt fo…