Honored to Serve: Last Day of Clinic in Addis

AddisAbaba Outreach2010_31By Melissa Johnston,
International Logistics Manager,
Jewish Voice Ministries International

DATELINE: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

We had a special morning devotion on Friday that provided confirmation for our team of the impact they had on the community.

The Health Center’s Board attended our meeting and presented our team with a certificate of appreciate and a traditional hammer pot as a gift. They mentioned how honored they were to have the team serve their community and invited us to return to continue on with our great work. JVMI also presented the board with a plaque and dedicated the ramp and staircase that was built last year for the clinic, and the railing that was built this year to complete the project. Our entire volunteer staff then posed on the staircase for our group photo.

We ended the clinic day by treating as many patients as we could before closing the clinic and packing up our equipment.

Friday, March 1, 2013:

  • Patients treated – 1,241
  • Dental patients treated – 167
  • Eyeglasses distributed – 347
  • People seen in prayer room – 647
  • People who prayed to receive Yeshua as their Messiah – 628

Jewish Voice Ministries International

Want to join us on a medical outreach? Find out more about volunteering for one of these 5-day medical clinics to help poor Jewish communities in Ethiopia, Zimbabwe, and India. Find our more about Jewish Voice medical outreaches

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