Education & Help People are being given CD. This woman was bitten by a cobra near the medical camp. Two men brought her and Dr. V. gave her antivenom. This is the trained volunteer staff that continues to work in Dr. V's absence. Please pray for them. Teaching student volunteers Volunteer team after training to work with refugees Volunteers are paid every month if the funds last. Some are married and have children. Absence of funds means there is no food. These people are given CD spray, tea and capsules when their body temperature is more than 101.5. Severe parasitic infestation is quite common among the refugee children. About 99% of refugee children are infected by mosquito-borne infections. Bacterial infections Boils, carbuncles and maybe folliculitis. He was given appropriate herbal therapies, shampoo and anti-bacterial cream to ameliorate and prevent further bacterial infections . Was given CD along with vitamins, minerals and enzymes. Parasitic infestation Refugee children enjoying the rain shower. Refugee students in school. Student assembly. Students attending class. We buy chickens for the refugees to augment their livelihood. The refugees often eat the feed grain and the chickens before they lay eggs.