Taylor studyingBoth yesterday and today, the team saw 60 patients. Today went faster and we finished a bit early. We may try to have them schedule a few more tomorrow.

Pastor Leon talked Taylor into joining him to give a “Lesson” as part of his normal Tuesday afternoon lessons at his church, this week on Stewardship. At 8:26am, Taylor was studying at the pharmacy window for what she would deliver that afternoon. Through the window you can see the lines of people who had been there for 2 hours waiting to get into the clinic.

It was a amazing how often little children ended up in the arms of someoneon the staff. They are just too precious. Jules was in her element with all the little children. One who was there was one day old, born at home. Others were a few days or weeks old.

With translatorsAfter 60 patients, the Triage team was done and it was time for picture taking with the translators! The school let out around 2 pm and the school children swarmed around the camera to get their pictures taken. Pastor Leon joined us for dinner and we had a good discussion about what we had experienced through the day in the different parts of the clinic.

And they brought unto him also infants, that he would touch them: but when his disciples saw it, they rebuked them. But Jesus called them unto him, and said, Suffer little children to come unto me, and forbid them not: for of such is the kingdom of God. – Luke 18:15-17

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