Somali refugee Mursal Naleye, left, sits with Benjamin Anderson at the African Shop in Garden City. Doctors have become so important to the Somalis that when Naleye learned that Anderson and two physicians were going to Africa in November, he felt obligated to join them.
Somali refugee Mursal Naleye, left, sits with Benjamin Anderson at the African Shop in Garden City. Doctors have become so important to the Somalis that when Naleye learned that Anderson and two physicians were going to Africa in November, he felt obligated to join them. Orlin Wagner Associated Press
Somali refugee Mursal Naleye, left, sits with Benjamin Anderson at the African Shop in Garden City. Doctors have become so important to the Somalis that when Naleye learned that Anderson and two physicians were going to Africa in November, he felt obligated to join them. Orlin Wagner Associated Press

Refugee populations drawing doctors to rural Kansas

February 21, 2017 02:40 PM