October 15, 2015

1,200 patients were offered and received free medical and vision care. The areas served included N'gani (witches village), Ekotsi and Bogyano. Care included free diagnostics, eyeglasses and medications, the use of our mobile ultrasound, vascular doppler fetal tone read...

August 28, 2012

My "SUPERHEROES IN SCRUBS"  from our August 28, 2012, Houston homeless/indigent vision and medical care outreach. All services for 91 patients from a local Houston-are shelter were provided free of charge, including: glaucoma testing, full eye exam by licensed optometr...

April 20, 2012

With thousands of donated & purchased prescription eyeglasses, World Missions Possible launched its "I CARE" (Vision Care) program in 2010.

In October of 2010 in a small rural village in southern Ghana, West Africa (Bogyano), the 1st WMP "I CARE" clinic was launche...

March 28, 2012

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, Nan...

September 22, 2011

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 provider...

August 15, 2002

In 2002, World Missions Possible made a $3,000 grant to Missions Outreach Ministries, a non-profit organization founded in 1997. The grant was approved to help defray the cost of a new $30,000 primary and secondary education school building for the indigenous populatio...

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