Western-trained doctors have open doors wherever they are called to serve. We have American doctors serving in modern hospitals in big cities. Some have chosen to work at the village level helping the least advantaged.
Our goal is to develop relationships in the community that multiply the doctor’s influence and impact. One doctor has mobilized dozens of volunteers from the city to perform simple but critical medical services in villages within a day’s travel of the urban center.
Former Patient Now Health Worker
The Medical Center* received permission from the local health department to continue the project until the end of 2019. Brother Lou*, a former patient, is now trained as a village health worker and is providing day-to-day care for the patients.
The Center and the Children’s Scholarship Program is now able to operate with the grants received from a Medical Fellowship in the U.S. This year, the scholarship program will provide for 12 students from the patients’ families.
*Real names, photos, locations are not used for security reasons.