This photo was taken the first day. The doctor is teaching the participants how to resuscitate the baby.
Carolyn holding the resuscitation manniquin. You can peel back the skin and actually see the inside of the baby.
Baby and equipment ready for the participants to learn and practice on.
Royal and I are standing in front of the Basic Kit dolls. These dolls are called Baby Anne and are CPR dolls. The smaller hospitals that are not equipped for resuscitation get these dolls. Every delivery room gets the kits next to the dolls which have 5 pieces of equipment in them.
Royal speaking to the participants at the closing ceremony explaining the churches roll in sponsoring these humanitarian projects noting that the funds for these type of projects come from donations to church humanitarian services.
A participant receiving her certificate of completion of the course
Carolyn wearing the necklace given to her at the closing ceremony.
Royal with his certificate given to him by Jana who we worked closely with in planning the project.
Participants of the NRT in Valencia at the end of the ceremony.
Royal in Caracas with Elder Hooker; the Area Welfare Manager for the South America Northwest area and the person we report to.
We were able to have a brief visit and lunch with a dear friend from the Bella Vista Ward who is currently living in Caracas, Yanire Infante Matos and her little girl Tabatha, family of Danny Matos.
Rosa, one of the Venezuelan doctors that helped teach the course, teaching Royal how to resuscitate. He did a good job!!!
The evening of the last day of the course, Rosa Quinteros, one of the local doctors who did the training, our driver, and Juan Carlos Chasine took us on a tram ride to the top of a very large mountain to see the spectacular view of the city. Afterwards, Rosa took us to a very good restaurant and ordered us a typical Venezuelan meal. It was delicious and a lovely ending to our week in Venezuela.