Captivating stories of author's exciting spiritual journey in third world development Applying the "Public Health Model" to Nsanje District in southern-most Malawi, the author weaves the story-threads into an almost palpable fabric of successful interventions in Child Survival. She underpins the mission with her personal experiences in her spiritual journey from widowhood through senior-citizen romance to selfless adventure in Africa. Family Nurse Practitioner, author, teacher, and more -- Bee has been invited to High Schools and Universities to present portions of Malawi Moonsmoke to graduate and under-graduate students. Professor Judy Murray, Ph.D. Executive Director for Idaho Nurses Assn., and formerly with Boise State University, says of this book: "This is an intensely personal story of the author's faith as she developed a public heatlh system of village health workers in very needy parts of Malawi. This system will continue to help the people long after she is gone."
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Country girl, Bee excelled in creative leadership through high school and college. Professional Nursing education led to service and health care for Nevada miners, cowboys and Native Americans and finally led to Public Health Administration for Idaho. For Great-grandmother Bee and husband Ken, serving through Malawi Moonsmoke was the ultimate career satisfaction!
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