Dr. Cathy Schanzer talks about how she started a medical mission program to offer ophthalmology services to people in Sierra Leone, Africa. She talks about the most common needs of the people in the surrounding villages and countries, what kind of surgeries she performs and how they make it work in a country without many resources, and more.

Top 3 Takeaways:

  1. If the place has ongoing follow up, that’s probably going to be a better experience as a medical mission than just going and coming home with no support.
  2. If it’s on your heart to serve, you’re going to love it.
  3. Pray for medical missionaries!

Other resources:
The Gifts of Serabu



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