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Romania 2016 – Day 5

Our final day in Botosani ends as fast as it begins. We distribute any leftover supplies and medication in preparation for the long road home. With only half day on

Romania 2016 – Day 4

On our last full day in Botosani, I shadow Laura and Ken Conde to experience the behind the scenes of what makes the mission possible. At the general hospital we

Romania 2016 – Day 3

Our day begins with a team of 12 volunteers visiting the Little Prince Orphanage that houses children of varying mental disabilities. Amidst a presence from local TV anchors and radio

Romania 2016 – Day 2

The second day of the mission began on a heartfelt note as two month old Karina Maria and her parents Bogdan and Roxana enter the clinic. Young Karina was born

Romania 2016 – Day 1

Midnight of day one the volunteers arrive, concluding two straight days of travel by plane and by bus.  The team is welcomed to Botosani by the sound of traditional Romanian music and

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

Romania 2015 – Day 1

The team got to the train station safely, loaded the bus, checked in, and grabbed a quick breakfast and set off to work immediately. The luggage truck made it too,

Return to Romania – 2015

Each mission has such different surroundings yet the purpose is the same, to find Health for those seeking our support. The Romanian mission is underway and old friends are reconnecting