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KENYA FACILITIES:
10 Staf members,7 Medical
Free care to 50 - 60 Patients daily
Free medicine from own Pharmacy
Own laboratory services
24 Hour a day maternity wing
Counseling and medicine provided to Aids patients

 

 

KENYA- Health Center & Maternity Ward

The team visited the local government hospital to share the gospel and pray with patients. Upon arrival they found a woman on the steps at the ward entrance, tears flowing down her face and the warm lifeless body of her baby clutched to her chest. She told the team that her baby was still alive when she arrived at the hospital but her child could not be attended to because she did not have the $1.50 admission fee required.

 

This sad incident inspired HOA to trust God for a Medical Center. Dr Eric Troyer joined forced with HOA and plans came into motion to build a Medical Center. Eleanor Reusse offered additional financial help and in 2005 the Reusse-Troyer Medical Center was officially opened in Kenya, offering free medical care to 50-60 patients per day.


 In 2008 we extended our facility with a Maternity Ward and Aids Clinic. Since the opening of the maternity ward in October of 2008 and we saw over 300 babies born with a miraculous birth mortality rate of 0% (Africa averages 15%). Praise be to God! Through poor management of their resources and poverty, are greatly affected by diseases such as HIV/Aids, malaria, typhoid, polio, hepatitis (all types) and tuberculosis, which complicates life and ministry. We have also been blessed over the years to offer special medical care opportunities to some in desperate need of surgery. Lilian came to be treated for malaria, but her cleft pallet touched our hearts. Funds were raised and she had surgery. The people of the village acknowledged this as a miracle and many gave their lives to Christ. 

 

 

              MATERNITY WARD

 

Laboratory
Laboratory with our own qualified Lab Technician. Overnight ward with two of our nurses and Dr Troyer using the very basic water basin in surgery room.


 

 MALAWI CLINIC:

 

Alide Van Manen, a volunteer missionary from the Netherlands runs the Malawi Clinic. She works together with one of the local ladies and provide free basic medical care to our orphans on the farm, the farm workers and their families and people from the local village. The clinic opens daily in the mornings and late afternoons for a couple of hours to take care of the sick and injured.

 

 

 

 



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