In Dr. Khares latest blogpost, he describes his day in depth. It’s as if you’re right beside him, experiencing all the bumps in the road and the laughter all around, even the silence.
“Today was the Ethiopia I was hoping for, however had never been to. As Leanna and I had some food on the balcony restaurant of our hotel, overlooking the plaza, I sipped my beer, exhausted, both feeling like if we had to go home tomorrow, it would’ve been all worth it.”
Click HERE to read his most recent blogpost, “Third World Love in Ethiopia”
Dr. Khare shares his first few days in Ethiopia with us in a blogpost: Ethiopia – A Truly Humbling Experience. He is in Gondar where the second largest medical school in Ethiopia is located, but there is still a vast difference in medical care compared to the United States.
Read how his first few experiences have humbled him and opened his eyes. Sometimes unfamiliar with how to diagnose or treat presenting diseases this brings about a whole new meaning to the term “bittersweet”.
Two years after the horrendous earthquake that shook Haiti, Dr. Khare, MD, MS volunteers again; this time to help in Gondar, Ethiopia to help Ethiopians migrate to Israel. To read more about Dr. Khare’s past humanitarian trips and what he anticipated for his trip to Gondar, click below.
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