St. Simeon Skete, Taylorsville Kentucky USA

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Monday, November 8, 2010

James brings more supplies to Ami's clinic

As Ami records the paperwork for the clinic she runs in the upper provinces of Sierra Leone,

 near Kabala.  

 James with the help of our good friend Johnny Manga Turey brighten her day with several more NHA boxes full of medicines and supplies.   

Ami is running a clinic that cares for 17 villages.  

Her days are long and her needs are great.  

 NHA is always happy to bring her supplies whenever we can.   

 Piece by piece the medications and supplies are examined and sorted.   

James helps Ami and her assistants to go through the items.    
He makes sure to explain the medications and their uses if there are any new medicines she has not used before.   

James looks around and notices that Ami is low on medications, especially those from our last visit.   It is a good thing that we arrive with supplies at this time. 

We are very thankful for Ami's hard work and dedication.  Many lives are being saved because she is there.   She could find an easier load, less patients, less villages but she is dedicated and willing to make sacrifices for others.  

NHA is thankful to James Mansaray for making the trips from Freetown to Kabala (and beyond) to make sure she is always supplied.  So many depend on Ami and she depends on NHA.  

We are all thankful for those who provided the funding, the medications and the supplies to make these distributions possible.

As always, the NHA Team is doing what it does best ...

.....Pulling together to be there for each other.  One global family, each doing their part, loving our brothers and sisters.   Keep up the fantastic work, we are changing so many lives for the better.  

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