March 2, 2017 at 7:50 pm · · 0 comments

MBSPF schools do more!

Earlier this year (2017), the Nwar Shar Yoe village school that we built in 2016 was turned for one day into a rural health center for villagers who have cataract problems. The school was chosen by the health department to be their temporary health centre as it was the only really good building in the area. The doctors said that had they not been able to find a building this clean in this part of the district, it would not have been possible for them to come there at all. 220 mostly elderly villagers came from a total of 15 villages within a radius of 4 to 5 miles to be treated by 20 doctors who brought along 42 medical students with them.

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