Education & Help This man is one of the leaders trained by Dr. Verghese and his staff. This man is one of the trained leaders. This woman was bitten by a cobra near the medical camp. Two men brought her right in, so Dr. V. could gave her antivenom. This is the trained staff that continues the work Dr. Verghese leaves behind. Please pray for them. They’re paid every month if the funds last. Some are married and have children. When there is no money, there is always rice. We’re trying to cultivate some gardens of native vegetables. This woman has tuberculosis. Severe bacterial, viral, fungal infection is quite common among the refugee children. Possible transmission by mosquitoes from child to child. 99 percent of refugee children are infected by mosquito-borne diseases and parasitic infestation. 99 percent of refugee children are infected by mosquito-borne diseases and parasitic infestation. We buy chickens for the refugees to breed and grow for eggs and meat. But desperate, the refugees eat the feed grain and the chickens before they lay eggs. I would probably do the same if I were a refugee. Tthe refugees eat the feed grain and the chickens before they lay eggs. I would probably do the same if I were a refugee. And goats. Children enjoying the rain shower. These refugee students have been in the school that Global Wellness Ministries started 6 years ago. All these children (mostly orphans) have accepted the Lord. Students attending chapel.