Today we saw a bus load of kids from Mityana. Everything went smoothly because we triaged in the morning and saw the worst cases first, thus breezing thru the afternoon. We saw 53 kids and were able to treat their caregivers in the afternoon. Today we were also treated to brewed coffee, our first in Uganda in 11 years of missions. Even though they export world renowned coffee, it is more valuable to sell than to use. Coffee is usually served as a sanka type product. We were also treated to French toast for breakfast and tilapia for lunch. Yum! Also for my friends back home, it was 80 and beautiful here today. (Oh, good for me.). More tomorrow.