Oct 7, 2008-- When residents of a tiny Kenyan village sold their chickens and cattle to buy Milton Ochieng's $900 plane ticket to Dartmouth College, they told him they wanted something in return. Eight years later, he's a medical school graduate preparing for his residency. In his home village of Lwala, a clinic he and younger brother Fred established serves about 100 patients a day. A documentary about their struggles to raise $150,000 to build the clinic -- while attending school full-time and coping with their parents' deaths -- will soon be screened at universities across the country. (3749 reads)
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