Miriam Tillman

Pharmaceutical work, Togo

Not everyone in the world has access to basic medical care. Miriam is part of a team that has established a hospital – the Hospital of Hope – in the town of Mango, about 16 hours north of Togo’s capital. The hospital provides medical care to a region that previously had very little. Miriam continues to learn French and the local language, plus run the hospital’s pharmacy while also training local pharmacy technicians.

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Latest news

  • Protests in Togo

    Protests in Togo
    20 September, 2017

    Since early September, there have been demonstrations and protests across Togo, demanding that the current president step down for power. President Faure Gnassingbe has already been in office for 12 years, and he became president following the death of his father who had ruled the country for many years, meaning the Gnassingbe family have been in power ...

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  • Snake-o-clock

    Snake-o-clock
    2 May, 2017

    It is the time of year for snakes! I was off to babysit some friends’ boys for the morning. As I pulled up to their house I was greeted with cries of “Do ya wanna see our snake?” Well I knew they used to have a pet snake but this was a whole different kind… The ...

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  • 21 Days

    21 Days
    26 April, 2017

    A few weeks ago Miriam Tillman shared that the Hospital of Hope was once again facing Lassa Fever season in northern Togo. They were going to remain on high alert until they hadn’t seen any new cases for 21 days. She wrote the following update last Thursday. We finally reached day 21 but are holding our breath… Lassa Fever ...

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