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Over our last breakfast together it was unanimous that this has been a successful mission trip enjoyed by all. Challenges were many but the support received by Lyle and the rest of team made it an adventure. Homesickness is beginning to sink in so even though there’s enough work for at least another 4 weeks, it’s time for us to return to our homes, fundraise and plan for the next lot of clinicsJ. Martha, Lyle and Tagisia managed to fit in seeing the younger grades of M.I.A. school, performing for the next level of the singing competition, which was absolutely delightful and we’re all so very proud of them all for making it this far! Banking, finalizing bills, re-stocking and storing our medical supplies for the next trip took up the rest of our day. Yet there was time for a lovely visit to see Ann Marie and the children at Rafiki Memwa home. Tomorrow we plan to visit Alex, who’s been home now for 2 days. Rosemary will join us to organize on-going care. Ida’s appointment with Dr Doer will be tomorrow as well and we plan to visit the East African orphanage finally to treat those needing worming and anti-fungal treatment for their skin. Lyle will have one last meeting to prioritise and organize on-going care and follow-up of the three Jiggers programs now set up, plus the growing list of those requiring medical or surgical treatment which Kenya Health hopes to provide. Sunday morning early we head home to be reunited with our families once more.

Please if you are able to donate: time, finances and prayer to these many needs please do. Thank you to those who have freely given so willingly to make these mission trips possible! God bless you

(taken at Pondamali slums on Wednesday)


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