What a full day! After our safe arrival we set up the clinic, met the rest of the team from Western Carolina University and local volunteers and conducted training.
After training we saw patients to test the process and give our volunteers a chance to utilize their newly learned skills.
The young girl in the red jacket was translating for her dad.
We ended the evening with a Burmese dinner prepared by a refugee family. Wow!! If you get a chance, try Burmese food!
Tomorrow our final volunteer, Bev Whitely will be driving from Indiana to Clarkston … on Mothers’ Day! Pray for safe travels for Bev.
After attending a worship service in the morning, we will commence Day 2 of the clinic.
Pray for efficiency and that our volunteers are able to effectively utilize their new skills.
Happy Mothers’ Day to our mothers!
Thanks for your prayers and support!