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Mother Angela Clinic

13 Feb

On Monday, February 10, and Wednesday, February 12, Sr. Izajasza, our newest community member, visited the Mother Angela Clinic. She saw the way the clinic is organized and met the people who come to the clinic. The Mother Angela Clinic serves in places where people have no access to health care. With the help of and generosity of our brothers and sisters in Christ, we have the ability to reach them. Many patients come every month to have their prescriptions renewed, especially those with hypertension and diabetes. God is so real here. We see much faith in our people who have the determination to fight through obstacles until they see the outcome they believe God wants to give them. And that is healing. There are times when we need to couple faith with strength of will. Some of these people walk 5-6 miles to reach us.

We cannot go anywhere without our chauffeur, Fritz.

Sè. Izzy jumps right in to learn how to prepare medications with Rosemani.
Dr. Yves with a patient.
Dr. Valcin examining a baby.
Nelie checks for sugar with a patient.
In between, we enjoy taking care of the babies.

This poor woman walked miles to reach the clinic. It reminded us of the woman bent over in the Gospel of Luke 13: 11-13: “She was bent over and could not straighten up at all. When Jesus saw her, he called her forward and said to her, ‘Woman, you are set free from your infirmity.’ Then he put his hands on her, and immediately she straightened up and praised God.”

Sr. Marilyn assisting Dr. Valcin with wound care.
 
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