Students Build Medical Lab for just $7,000CAD





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Published on Feb 23, 2010

Students for International Development is a student-run non-profit organization, and 100% of donations go directly towards project implementation. This project, spear-headed by 2009 Health Sector Leader Tricia Kennedy and SID President Michael Beeler, was one of fifteen initiatives coordinated by the team -- with projects centered around Agriculture, Education, Gender, Health, and Microfinance. Teams depart from Toronto, Canada every summer, and more initiatives are currently underway.

** For more information, or to support this year's team/projects, visit www.sidcanada.org or email info@sidcanada.org

This video showcases the summer 2009 SID Kenya team, with a look at the construction of a medical laboratory at Inyali Dispensary (in rural North Maragoli, Western Province, Kenya).

Special thank-you to Students for World Literacy (at UofT Scarborough) and to Professor Catherine Chalin. Without their support, this project really would not have been possible.


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