Medical Mission Mission
2017 Team and Translators
Sometimes a Hug is the best medicine
Locals are waiting at 9:00am when we arrive. They sit
for hours to see a doctor and fill a no-cost prescription.
We provide clean water and a smile.
Medications are the highest expense we have on the trip.  
Your contribution can help us bring more supplies.  We
usually run out of much needed antibiotics and other
specialized medication.

Volunteers pay their own travel and food expenses.
This boy was playing
outside and when we
heard his cough the
doctors got involved.  
He had a pretty serious
bronchial infection.  The
nebulizer provided by
Medwish along with our
meds allowed immediate
treatment
Irrigation of the ear canal
is a common problem.  
This man could hardly
hear as he waited
patiently to be seen.  It
was a great day for him.  
His smile illuminated the
room as his hearing was
restored.
This boy was playing
outside and when we
heard his cough the
doctors got involved.  
He had a pretty serious
bronchial infection.  The
nebulizer provided by
Medwish along with our
meds allowed immediate
treatment
We don't provide prescription eye care on
our trip, but reader glasses go a long way
to enhance the lives of many.
YOU CAN DROP OFF NEW
READERS AT THE RECTORY FOR
OUR TRIP!  They are cheap!
The women who was the lector at our
Thursday night Mass was previously
unable to because of her vision.  Tears
were flowing as she proudly read the
daily readings.