Let's Take the First Step Together

Sickness has struck again in Malawi. We have two children in the hospital as of Wednesday morning in Malawi; one due to Malaria and one due to a stomach issue. We are tired of seeing our little ones suffer! We have set a goal to open our clinic as SOON as possible! Watching illness rob our children of their future is too much and we want to take action now! We've shared with you our big plans and the numbers involved to make it happen, but today let's look at the first step: building a house for our doctor.

To open our clinic, we need to first build the doctor and his family a home on our campus. In Malawi, many contracts are finalized by building a house. For example, to get married a young man first builds a house in his fiancée’s village. The Malawian government asks that there be a home for the doctor close to the clinic. This must be done before we can pass inspection. We are excited to have a qualified doctor on our campus for day or night care of our children and community! 

The doctor’s house will be near the clinic and include a home, restroom, kitchen, and shower for the family. To build this house, we need $8,000. 

Our goal for Step One: $8,000 to Malawi by April 30th!

Staff houses we have built for our teachers and other staff. We are excited to get to work on another and take the next step to getting our clinic running!

Staff houses we have built for our teachers and other staff. We are excited to get to work on another and take the next step to getting our clinic running!

This next week we will be sending a wire transfer to Malawi for our monthly budget; we would love to include the money for the house. To do this we need your help! What is your part? God uses our gifts no matter how big or small to build his community. We need $8,000 to build the doctor's house. Every gift counts toward the goal!

Donate today by following the link below and let's get this house built and our clinic open!

The clinic is part of our AAA plan to provide wellness and health for our kids and our community. We want to provide adequate (meets and exceeds standards) appropriate (proper treatment for the ailment) and available (close proximity to those who need care and healing) healthcare! Read more about these 3 A's  in our previous blog here: 

Posted on April 20, 2016 .