Dan James, the team leader, standing in the front door of the clinic.
This is the front of the clinic from the street. In the past year, the outside walls and the roof have been completed. Now all that remains is the finishing work on the inside and a walkway to the street.
Matthew 10:8 (Freely you have recieved, freely give) in the Quechua language at the entrance of the clinic.
Martha Dixon (left) and Judi Thomas (right) grouting the floor.
Noah Craig painting the walls.
Jorge Elias (kneeling) and Judi mixing paint.
Buddy Thomas working on the waiting room floor.
Bud Brydge working on one of the examining room floors.
Buddy laying floor tile in front of the pharmacy.
Ellen Sisco painting the walls in one of the examining rooms.
Martha painting the exterior of the clinic.
Jim Burgess cutting floor tiles.
Debbie Craig mixing floor tile compound.
Noah painting a mural in the waiting room. Below: Typical families of this community. The clinic will be a great blessing to them when it is open.
Noah’s mural in the waiting room.
Leonardo is 10 years old. He is not able to go to school because the family has no money. He works all day sanding caskets to support his mother and two younger sisters. He earns about a $1.50/day which has to buy food for the whole family.
Edwin works as a mason to support his mother and 7 brothers and sisters. He earns about $10/day, which has to buy food for the whole family. There is no money for medicine or medical care if someone in his family gets sick.