Jessie Bohannon has been living and working as a nurse volunteer in Swaziland Africa since 2008 and has been working with Kudvumisa since 2016. She received a Bachelors of Science in Nursing from the University of Northern Colorado in 2005. For her first 7 year in Swaziland she worked as a community health nurse reaching children through mobile clinics, treating the sick, and advocating for the vulnerable. Now as a nurse in the CHIPS program she provides treatment for HIV to the communities through the mobile outreaches, coordinates the nursing office, and loves to create new systems to maximize our reach.
Jessie, along side her medical ministry, is passionate about serving in the local church and loves to minister along side her team through music and reaching the youth of Swaziland.
Donate to Jessie directly at www.worldoutreach.org/index.php/missionary-support “Jessica Bohannon 460”
Jabulani joined CHIPS in 2008. He attended the five week HIV counseling class to become certified as an HIV counselor. Jabulani takes the lead in scheduling CHIPS client’s transport to the government health centers.
Mary dos Santos
Mary joined CHIPS in 2009 coming with HIV counseling and phlebotomy skills. Mary works primarily in the communities served by CHIPS: performing HIV testing, drawing blood for CD4 counts, and performing the constant task of counseling to ensure adherence to the drugs prescribed to manage HIV.