Today between our meetings we passed by Sekou’s medical school, the University of Kankou Moussa in Bamako. Sekou is a second year medical student here and he loves it. He was excited to show us around the campus.
This is the administration and faulty building:
This is the classroom wing where Sekou’s class is.
This is Sekou’s class room. He said he’ll spend 4 years in this room. The professors rotate in and out of the rooms, so the students stay in the same place. There are 30 second-year students in Sekou’s class.
Their weekly schedules and exam schedules are posted outside the classroom:
The center of the campus has basketball standards and a place to play some soccer.
What a wonderful blessing it is to have someone like Sekou in medical school here. He has such a good heart and he loves the thought of ministering to people as a profession. We wish him well. It’s a long grueling path to become a doctor, but Sekou is well on his way!