|Beautiful people from the village of Kyajja awaiting|
treatment during the 1st day of the Medical Camp
|We said goodbye (for now) to our friend Shelby|
|Shelby's father Joe spent 3 weeks with us and was|
able to fly home with Shelby. Millie liked
|Heidi and Shelby had some great time together|
during the time she was here. God knows
exactly what we need, and He likes us
|Even though it didn't look like we would get the|
medical supplies back, WE DID!
We were able to give all of the supplies
and all the leftover drugs from the camp
to two local medical clinics.
|Kathryn Waitman led our team during the|
medical camp. She was such a strong
leader. I think she would have worked
through the night if we would have let her.
|This is our team along with the team from True Vine|
at the clinic in Walusubi where we spent the last
2 days of the camp.
While the women were working on the medical camp, the men worked on a pit latrine for a widow named Robina, and her 4 children. Robina and her family live in a one room home not very far from Victor's Christian School. They had no place to bathe or use the bathroom. They had created a make shift enclosure in the back of their home to use for bathing, and if they needed to use the bathroom that would use a bucket there, or use their neighbors. We were able to build her a latrine with two stalls and a room to use for bathing. We worked along side of 3 Ugandan men that know more about masonry in Uganda than we did. Robina was so grateful for the latrine. Her and her whole family were very blessed by it.
|This is the small house where Robina and her family stay.|
The shed on the side is their outdoor kitchen.
On the other side of that is the pit latrine.
|This is the place that Robina had made for them to bathe|
behind their house.
|Randy and I with the grateful widow, and|
the completed latrine!
|Heidi and the sewing ladies Pat and Bev spent most of the|
day on Saturday teaching girls from the Girls of
Destiny Training Center how to sew reusable
|On Sunday while the team was here Heidi|
brought out our new snazzy outfits.
I Love My Family!
|We had to put a good picture of Tanner.|
He is loving life here. He has decided
to stay with us for a year. We thank God for
his heart to serve the people here.
|God Bless You All from Mukono, Uganda|