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Uganda 2015 – Day 3

The women do most of the work in Uganda, including preparing food, making clothing, fetching water and firewood and caring for the elderly and the orphaned. These women are like

Uganda 2015 – Photo Review 1

We are very lucky to have talented photographers with us on this mission. George Shadid and Brad Miller are capturing our journey throughout the week. Here are a few photographs

Uganda 2015 – Day 2

It is Tuesday morning in Uganda, and the mission is in full swing. The ORs are full already and our surgical patients line the rail which serves as our waiting

Uganda 2015 – Day 1

St. Mary’s Lacor Hospital is a full service facility. There are ICU units, burn units, Operating Rooms and hospital wards scattered in multiple buildings organized around a central courtyard with

Uganda 2015 – Day 0

It is Day 0 here in Uganda. It is called Day 0 because the mission does not officially start until tomorrow. However, the planning has been going on for about

Romania 2015 – Day 4

Why does Medical Missions Foundation come back to Botosani every year?   There’s family here. There’s need here. There’s sweat and tears and joy, along with an array of many other

Romania 2015 – Day 3

Romania is one of Europe’s former communist countries with a very high number of institutionalized orphans . Botosani county’s Child Protection Agency oversees close to 1200 orphans that are placed

Romania 2015 – Day 2

Certain patients we see during the mission stay with us well beyond our leaving Botosani. Last year a tearful and nervous mom of 9 (with one on the way) brought