"I CARE" Vision Outreach
Superheros in Scrubs! Back Row: Jerry Higgins, Bryan Barry, Mike Allen, Dr. Tom Pruett, Dr. Carl Shirk (from Swaziland!), Lesley Shirk (not pictured). Front row: Dr. Jose Peraza; Dr. Jackie Brending-Lerbs, Dr. Blythe Bucker, Roxane Richter; Dr. Susie Mehta, Nancy Durinio, Lynda McKenney, Dr. Tom Flowers. Once again, sending out a huge "Thanks for Making a WORLD of Difference" to all of our wonderful healthcare providers who volunteered at the World Missions Possible March 28t
Medical & Vision Clinics a Success in Sierra Leone!
We had a very successful trip for our first medical and eye outreach to Kono, KoiduTown, Sierra Leone, West Africa. Staff at Wellbodi Alliance Amputee Clinic, Kono. There were 2 docs (Dr. Bailor Barrie & Dr. Dan Kelly), 4 nurses and 4 community health care providers that WMP trained in vision screening, refractive eye exams, and splinting. During our 13-day trip, we treated 300 patients and we started the 1st and only eye clinic available in the eastern region through WellBod
Helping Doctors Save Women's Lives
WMP Donates Colposcope for Early Diagnosis of Cervical Cancer in Ndola, Zambia Pictured (L to R): Roxane Richter (WMP President), Adam Sallee (Ndola University, Zambia), and colposcope donor Dr. Beth Files (OB/GYN). Pictured (L to R): Dr. Thomas Flowers (WMP Medical Director), Adam Sallee (Ndola University, Zambia), and colposcope donor Dr. Beth Files (OB/GYN). While in northern Zambia, the WMP meet with numerous nurses and doctors, and one of the TOP NEEDS according to local
WMP Completes Construction of School and Dual-Purpose Church and Clinic Facility in Witches Village,
Rev. Joshua Jadri and N'gani villagers thank World Missions Possible donors and supporters for their beautiful new dual-purpose church/clinic facility. The WMP medical team was not to be stopped! Due to heavy rains, the water had flooded the only road taking the team into the rural area. As you can see in the 1st picture, the water was hip-deep! So the team had to abandon the vehicle, gather the villagers and get everyone to carry the boxes of supplies and equipment to the vi