Little Irina needs help to fight her diabetes. Irina who is 5 years old now, was diagnosed with type one diabetes when she was just 16 months old. She doesn’t fully understand what lies ahead – and she desperately needs help with her injections and her diet.
Yuri needs to learn how to break bad habits that could kill him. Yuri is a 43 year-old father of three children who had a stroke recently. He is unable to move his left arm and needs to learn how to exercise regularly and stop eating fatty and salty foods.
Maria is developing blood pressure problems. The nurse in her village wants to help Maria come to grips with her condition, but she is more used to writing prescriptions rather than communicating health information to her patients.
You can do something to help people like them struggling with treatable health issues in rural parts of Central Asia.
Our medical team in Central Asia is pioneering a new initiative to train local nurses in rural areas to take better care of patients like Irina, Yuri, and Maria.
Will you help our team in Central Asia to train rural nurses and to save the lives of their patients?
- £30 can enable ten nurses to travel to the training venue and will provide them with a manual of resources they can take and use every day.
- £60 can ensure that a group of 35 nurses can learn something they were never taught at school. That is how to motivate patients to take better care of their bodies.
- £150 can provide five rural nurses with a new stethoscope, an otoscope (to check ears), and a glucometer (to check the level of glucose in the blood).
Every pound you give can help to add years to precious lives, and to share God’s love story with those who don’t know Him yet.
Thank you for your partnership in our mission.