Hope Springs International

Lasting Change One Village at a Time

Our Dispensary Continues To Bless Hundreds

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Our dispensary in Dono-Manga continues to be a blessing to more and more people. Word has now spread beyond Dono-Manga and people are coming from miles away seeking treatment. Our nurse treated 122 people in June and 149 in July. Patients were seen for a number of different ailments including, but not limited to dental needs, eye problems, and children suffering from diarrhea, malaria and guinea worm infections. The vast majority of women in Dono-Manga give birth at home so there were a number of post natal checkups which are saving the lives of many mothers and their children.

While the number of people being seen may seem small, what you have to realize is that we have only one nurse who works part time with no one to assist him. For the price of a cup of Starbucks Coffee a day we could provide full time daily care for hundreds more. If you would like to know more contact us through Hope Springs International website.

When we first came to Dono-Manga it was common to see two or three funerals a week, sometimes more, and most of them were for children under the age of 5. Today funerals are an infrequent event. Your gifts to Hope Springs International have changed that picture, by provided clean drinking water and a dispensary that is saving lives daily. But they are receiving more than just treatment for their physical bodies. While they are experiencing the love of Christ, they are also being taught about a God who loves them and sent His Son to die on a cross for them. Many who came because of a physical need returned home with both physical and spiritual needs met.

Thanks for continuing to be Jesus to the people of Dono-Manga, Chad.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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