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Title 9th Annual Report of Toro Medical Mission
Section Section IV: Religion & Empire
Date 1911-1912
Document Type Report, Missionary Papers
Library University of Birmingham Library
Reference G 3 A 7 0
Region Africa
Names Daudi Kasagama (King of Toro) (p3), J.Howard Cook (p1)
Places Uganda, Toro, Mengo (pp1, 3), Fort Portal (pp8, 31), Kabarole (pp8, 33)
Topics report, missionary papers, Church Missionary Society, CMS, missionary work, evangelism (pp18-21), health, medicine, medical mission, medical mission staff (pp12-14), indigenous hospital workers, training (pp6, 12-14), programme of daily work (pp15-18), dispensary (pp3, 5, 7, 22), development of the hospital, hospital building (pp4, 8-11, 22), fees (p9), religion, prayer meeting (p5), baptism (pp19, 32), baptism class (p5), prisons (p6), education, lectures (p6), indigenous hospital workers (pp6, 12-14, 23-24), training (pp6, 12-14, 23), observations of indigenous people (pp24-30, 35-41), indigenous parliament (p6), indigenous language (p6), sanitation, water supply (p8), disease, skin disease, scabies (pp27-28), dysentery (pp27-31, 39), epidemic (p31), venereal disease (p28), fever (p28), malaria (pp28, 34-35), childbirth (p36), amputation (p37), ovarian tumour (p38), hunting, lion hunt (pp31-32)
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