Tuesday, November 1, 2016
From Liberia West Africa, to Haiti.
ELWA (Eternal Love Winning Africa) Hospital, Monrovia Liberia
Ed traveled to ELWA Hospital in Liberia West Africa, October 18-26/16. As you recall ELWA Hospital was impacted by the Ebola outbreak back in 2014.
WWLAB has made a couple of trips to Liberia since that time, updating and training in the laboratory of the affected hospital. Since then, the hospital has undergone a reconstruction, Ed was there to train and install new lab equipment in the new facility. A very exciting time for the people of Liberia.
It is always encouraging when installing and training is done.
While there, Ed was able to witness the dedication of the new hospital.
This video link is a good summary of the Dedication ceremony with Franklin Graham.
MOH (Mission of Hope), Healing Haiti/Grace Village.
James traveled to Haiti October 23-29/16. His first stop was MOH, where he spent a couple of days installing and training on new equipment. After MOH he traveled to Healing Haiti where more installing and training of new equipment took place. Both of these hospitals are French speaking, and we are thankful for James' french, where a translator was not required.
Mission of Hope
On Friday, October 28/16 James was asked to present the work of WWLAB at the first Medical HaitiOne Conference held in Port au Prince Haiti. This Conference was a great encouragement to the medical workers and people of Haiti. The Conference was well attended, and will become an annual event with WWLAB participating.
We are thankful for God's continued hand of protection while travel takes place. We never want to take that blessing for granted especially in this day and age. God is always Good and Faithful.
Posted by Worldwide Lab Improvement (WWLAB) at Tuesday, November 01, 2016