Medical clinic day 2

Today was the second day of our medical clinic. Over the course of both days, we have handed out hundreds of pairs of glasses, and served over 500 people. What a blessing to give free health services to those who cannot afford any kind of medical help.

My job was again the take names at registration. It was a little more hectic than yesterday, as all of the kids from the school came for checkups at the same time. That was alot of names to get at the same time.

By the end of the day today, the computers that were donated to the school were all cleaned off, checked, and up and running. Sandy has been working hard with these machines, and we are proud to report that the school here now has a computer lab with 13 computers and one printer. 7 computers are complete, and the other 6 are ready, but missing monitors. There may be monitors buried in the giant trailer full of donated items. God was truly working through the mission team from Canada that came here this summer, as they were the ones who donates the computers to the school.

Tomorrow we will be constructing a mud hut. It will be similar to the hut of the family we gave the food to yesterday. More on that with tomorrow’s update.

Jambo!
-Miss R.

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3 thoughts on “Medical clinic day 2

  1. Brenda November 1, 2011 / 5:59 PM

    Hello Miss R.!!!!!!!!!!!! This is Bethany again. I was wondering, how did you understand the kid’s names at the medical clinic? And how do they understand you soon!!! 🙂

    Bethany from 4R

  2. Annette November 2, 2011 / 10:12 AM

    Hi Miss R!! Just wanted to say Thank You!!! Thank you for taking the time to keep us informed on what you guys are doing there. It is really amazing to see God at work through wonderful people like you and the whole mission team!! GOD IS SOOOO GOOD!! Several of your entries have moved me to tears, tears of joy at just what God can do THROUGH His children and FOR His children! Continued blessings on your trip and safe travels on your journey home.

  3. laurarenzelmann November 2, 2011 / 11:56 AM

    I had an interpreter helping me, but I got the hang of it after two days, thankfully.

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