A nurse examines a shaken baby simulator doll, donated to the Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital in Eldoret, Kenya, by a Rotary-sponsored child abuse prevention training team. The doll will be used in follow-training with physicians and nurses on abusive head trauma in infants. Courtesy photo
A Rotary-sponsored child abuse prevention training team visits the Kenyatta University Hospital children's cancer ward, bringing toys, art supplies and books to share with the children. Team leader Judy Wolf, left, and Dr. Angela Rosas are helping the children make animals and butterflies out of pipe cleaners. Courtesy photo
Rotarian Judy Wolf, leader of a Rotary-sponsored child abuse prevention training team, places a special mixture of mud and grasses into walls that are made of tree branches. Courtesy photo
Dr. Angela Rosas lectures to a large group of physicians, nurses and medical students at the University of Nairobi Medical School in Kenya. Courtesy photo

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