Zarmisha Ministry is very happy to announce that the medical clinic in the orphanage is officially opened- Praise God. The ministry is blessed to have the clinic fully stocked and the help of a retired doctor who is eager to run the clinic. There is also a full time nurse who lives at the orphanage and is able to provide immediate care 24 hours a day. The clinic has begun treating the children and the hope is to soon have the clinic certified and licensed to treat the local community and conduct bush clinics in conjunction with evangelistic outreaches.
"I know that the Lord secures justice for the poor and upholds the cause of the needy."
The clinic has been operational for almost a year now. It has made a positive impact in the health of the children. The clinic has been able to treat the children's minor cuts and injuries and illnesses such as malaria, typhoid, measles and other illness. Our goal now is to improve the infrastructure for the clinic to allow it to be certified by government officials to treat the surrounding community. The improvements would include digging a well and adding indoor plumbing, constructing a ceiling, screen door and coverings for the windows. The ministry is in need of $10,000 to complete this upgrade. This upgrade will allow the clinic to treat many more people who are sick or injured which means more people will have the chance to hear the Gospel which brings spiritual healing. The clinic will be a powerful evangelism tool for sharing the Gospel. In August the clinic handed out vitamins to the local community and several Muslim families came and we were able to share the Gospel and pray for the families.
We are asking for donations to raise the necessary funds to complete the upgrade to the clinic to allow it to be certified so it may serve the community. You may donate through My Giving Solutions which is in the top left hand corner of this page. Thank You for considering to fund this project to bring medical service and the Gospel to the local community.
We hope to have new photos of the completed clinic soon.
In everything I did, I showed you that by this kind of hard work we must help the weak, remembering the words the Lord Jesus himself said: "It is more blessed to give than to receive."