Dr. Betty Muze takes road less traveled: “The small changes we make are reasons to celebrate”
The lights have flickered from dim to dimmer. The workday was over and most of the staff had gone home. I walked gingerly, crunching some pebbles in the dirt road and as I entered World Vision’s small row of makeshift office in Yambio, I found Dr. Betty still hunched in her table to complete the day’s tasks. “I have to finish the work today, they will double and triple tomorrow”, she tells me with a smile.