A day in Clementina


Yesterday we join the IPC medical team in the community of Clementina, a swatter community that our mission has worked with for two years. Our girls were excited about the opportunity to serve and loaded up their pink backpacks with all their coloring books, colors, candy and nail polish and headed out to the desert foothills to join the team. As we arrived, the girls gathered the kids under the shade of one of their new friend’s houses and began the fun.


Abigail even translated a little in the pharmacy. . .

When I wasn’t translating, I enjoyed going to visit the homes of the children Abigail had made friends with. The front of Kelly’s house. . .

The inside of Jacky’s house, a little girl Abigail has befriended . . .


Lily’s backyard, showing off her camote plants (sweet potatoes). . .


The trioge team (and some extras). . .


The youngest dental patient. . .


Mr. Kenny fixing up folks with eyeglasses. . .


Allen translating and talking with patients. . .
Dr. Hugh Scott, pediatrician, seeing one of many sick children. . .

Thank you Independent Presbytertian Church medical team for a GREAT week, we look forward to being your neighbors!
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