Archive for the ‘Mission Trips’ Category

4 more clean water wells

Medicine for Mali will be putting in 4 more clean water wells this spring in 4 villages that do not have clean water. Clean water is the basis of health. We are very happy to be able to announce this.

Recognition for Medicine for Mali and Jill DeVore

Jill DeVore has been chosen one of 20 Outstanding Women for 2014 by radio station Sunny 95. This is due to the many people who work so hard and volunteer countless hours to make Medicine for Mali a successful, vibrant group. Thanks to you all.

TTN, Altrusa collect school supplies.

These two energetic groups in Columbus, Ohio, have collected school supplies to encourage girls to stay in school and do well on tests. These school supplies will be given to the top 3 girl test takers on 3 tests.

A young girl who wants to learn.

Thanks to Altrusa International of Columbus

More students are attending school and more girls are going to school  with the help of a grant from Altrusa for teacher training.

Kind Donor

An anonymous donor from The Columbus Foundation has given a $1000 contribution to Medicine for Mali. Thank you!

Bexley Methodist Church donates 1 scholarship

Bexley Methodist Church of Columbus, Ohio has donated a scholarship for a girl to go to high school in the capital of Bamako.
These scholarships are awarded to the top girl and boy in their class in 4 schools.

2nd Altrusa grant for Education

Top Test Taker

Altrusa of Columbus has generously donated a 2nd grant to MFM for teacher training and tutoring for the 2011-12 school year in 4 schools with a total enrollment of 2.000 students.

Garage sale nets 3 scholarships for MFM.

Ian Bravendar and friends, high schoolers in Columbus, OH, held a garage sale to benefit MFM. They earned enough to help 3 Malian students go to high school in the capital city Bamako. What a great job!

Timber Ridge helps MFM medical team

Timber Ridge beef jerky goes to Mali

Local Iowa retailer Timber Ridge donates beef jerky sticks to MFM med team. Dr. Laura reports that the team used the beef jerky to keep themselves going during long days in the clinic.

Timber Ridge beef jerky fuels med team.

Dr Laura treats child with leg wound

MFM 2011 trip was a huge success

The MFM 2011 trip  was a great trip. We got many very worthwhile projects done. the med clinic saw 2000 patients. 500 micro loans were given out, mainly to women. Installation was complete on 3 new clean water systems. Public Health projects are moving ahead with great vigor, including the first written village health records, villages using the information in the Vital Stats books to determine and find solutions to their particular health problems, and increased training for the village matrons who assist in births.

The MFM teams had many new faces this year.  The groups really worked well together from the beginning. It was soon nearly impossible to tell the new people from the more experienced MFM volunteers. This was great.


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