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MaryCare Medical Mission 2020 Ends With Record Turn-Out.

Updated: Jan 17, 2022

The Imo state commissioner for health visited our health center today to show government support for our work.

Day-three turned out to be another busy day. By 9am we had registered 350 patients. We were hoping the number would lessen so the burden of waiting along with supplies such as food, water and reading glasses would ease.

In all things we are grateful to God for the opportunity to serve

Final Day of MaryCare Medical Mission is ending in praise and glory. By 9AM this morning we had registered over 350 patients. We had hoped the number would lessen today since the previous two days we attended to over 400 patients each day. Hunger is real. Suffering is real. My gratitude goes to all friends of MaryCare and our donors for sponsoring this life-saving mission. I thank our capable and selfless doctors, nurses and volunteers for making a difference in the lives of so many. May the uncommon blessings of be your reward in Jesus name, amen!

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