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Lambaréné

(lämbärĕnā`), town (1993 est. pop. 14,974), W Gabon, on the Ogooué River. It is a river port and trade center. The famous mission hospital founded by Albert SchweitzerSchweitzer, Albert
, 1875–1965, Alsatian theologian, musician, and medical missionary. Determined to become a medical missionary, he obtained a doctorate in medicine at the Univ.
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Lambaréné

 

a city in Gabon; the administrative center of the region of Ogooué Moyen. Population, 4,000 (1967). Lambaréné is a port on the Ogooué River. Nearby there is a hospital founded in 1913 by the physician A. Schweitzer, in which he worked until his death in 1965.

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Undaunted, he built a small hospital in Lambarene, then-French Equatorial Africa, in what had been a chicken coop, and worked there until his death in 1965.
Schweitzer's Lambarene hospital to the Protestant school and church that were founded by U.
Undaunted, he built a small hospital in Lambarene, then French Equatorial Africa, from what had been a chicken coop, and worked there until his death in 1965.
Lambarene is about a four-hour drive from Libreville, along the excellent Gabonese road network, but we travelled courtesy of the Force Aerienne Gabonaise (Gabon Air Force) aboard one their mighty Hercules C190 transport planes.
Some of his opinions pertaining to teaching and activities of the Church led to a temporary limitation in his priesthood, which he was devoted to throughout his whole life, even in the difficult period in Lambarene.
Schweitzer funded and built a hospital at Lambarene, western Gabon, where he worked for 40 years.
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Author and doctor Schweitzer established a hospital in Lambarene (now in Gabon) in 1913, what was then French Equatorial Africa.
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