A "typical" day for Nanneray is not 8 to 5, as she juggles between reports and emails in the office and delivering supplies in the field to those in her service area who most need her support.
"Once I get to work, we pick up our vehicle, sanitize it, check and pack our PPEs and disinfectants," said Nanneray. "Then we load the supplies, like food, water, wood, hygiene kits, and cleaning kits, and make sure we have gas. When we leave, we are out all day and then manage reports and phone calls to patients when we eventually return to the office."
Nanneray's motivation is fueled by those she helps. Sometimes, that help is in the form of emotional support, as many residents lack an outside-world connection. Nanneray and her CHR colleagues realize that they may be the only people who reach out to see if residents want to talk and share how they are feeling.