Emergency runs.

  In comes another pregnant lady with complications, head injurys or some for sickness we can’t treat and needs to be sent off to town, so we bump out the trail one more time, some days feeling quite worn out and like we can’t go on any longer and then getting called down to clinic in the middle of the night repeatedly to check up on a laboring woman. Here’s a verse that has blessed me lately.
      And he said unto me, My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness. Most gladly therefore will I rather glory in my infirmities, that the power of Christ may rest upon me.
     It’s around 4:00 in the afternoon clinic is  over and here comes a moto bumping up the trail with a young pregnant lady who is coming to have her baby, she happened to be having some pre labor pain and stayed here for about 3 days. After she went into labor there were some things that where abnormal and we needed to head out to town with her for a C-section, so we loaded up on the UTV and bumped out the trail. 
    We arrived at the general hospital in T-Goave and they didn’t have any money on them so we help them buy the things they needed to have a C-section then a nurse takes a blood sample and we find out she’s anemic and T-Goave hospital doesn’t have blood so they can’t do the C-section, this is really disheartening because now she has to bump another hour and a half off to a different hospital and we where not planning to need money for a transfer so we scrounge together enough money and we’re able to get her transferred to a hospital that had blood and they where able to have a C-section the next morning and mom and baby are fine.

    The baby hear in the picture is a preemie who was born here at clinic weighing just so 4 lb and needed to be kept on oxygen for the first week and then stayed another two weeks to make sure he was steadily gaining weight, once he finally reached 5 lb we sent them home.

Here’s a little child who just got put on the plumpy nut program.
This little boy is just too adorable to not post a picture of him. Sometimes after seeing so many malnourished and unhealthy children it’s refreshing to see one who is healthy and doing very well.
     So there’s just a few things that have been happening around here, thank you all for your prayers and financial support. ~Ben~
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