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Topic - Anjali Sastry
The clinic's paperwork carried a common medical symbol - a snake coiling around a wooden rod. But that simple insignia sparked a rumor in Nairobi's largest slum: The U.S.-funded clinic was a center for snake worshipping.
The clinic's paperwork carried a common medical symbol _ a snake coiling around a wooden rod. But that simple insignia sparked a rumor in Nairobi's largest slum: The U.S.-funded clinic was a center for snake worshipping.
"My fondest hope is that we deliver an improvement to that organization that is sustained," she said. "Whether it's to increase scale and efficiency or improve quality."
"I tell my students: I hope you do something small that is well grounded in what that community needs, that is well thought out, and you've given them a road map for what is next," she said.