A team of medical missionaries is working with Mercy Air on an on-going project in Chimoio (west of Beira). The team assists a medical clinic that has become an orphanage for over 400 abandoned children. Through various trips, they hope to equip the clinic/orphanage with livestock, medical and educational supplies, and a more adequate water supply. The group left two EXP-50’s in August, 2005, and trained the locals on how to drill, which may become a source of income for the local community.
Training on how to use a drill
Assist a medical clinic
Chimoio – west side of Beira
Well Digging, borehole training, hygiene training, Soap Making Teaching, New Technologies Introduced, Medical Clinic Assistance, Drill Training
A team of medical missionaries is working with Mercy Air on an on-going project in Chimoio (west of Beira). The team assists a medical clinic that has become an orphanage for over 400 abandoned children.
The first officially purchased Hydromissions EXP-50 Explorer drilling rig went to Nicaragua with Calvary Chapel of Greenville, SC. Combined with teams from other churches, a total of 46 people traveled to Nueva Guinea (about 160 miles southeast of Managua) to conduct medical clinics, well drilling, radio tower set-up, and other construction projects. Plans are underway to return annually.
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