The Sisters at St. Theresa's Mission Hospital, Kiirua, Kenya made a difference for my husband Dan when he lived and worked in the area in the 80's as a Peace Corps volunteer. Over a year ago our family had the chance to visit Kenya and St. Theresa's. Prior to going, we asked the Sisters if there was something they needed for their hospital that we could bring with us. We didn't receive a list until a day and a half before we left. With one day to shop and not much room in our suitcases, we purchased what we could from their list. After arriving and looking at our gift in comparison to their need, I asked God how we could make more of a difference and how we could create a more lasting impact. He introduced me to Project Cure. I knew immediately I needed to begin a project. God was faithful, now it was my turn. With your assistance, we will be able to give this hospital a gift which will impact the lives of many in the Kiirua area. Local, quality hospitals like this one are vital to the health and well being of the local population, especially since a majority of Kenyans have only their own two feet for transportation.
Most Americans take state of the art health care for granted. In Kenya, especially the rural areas, no or primitive health care is the norm. Your generosity can help the Sisters and staff at St. Theresa's bring additional medical services to a larger segment of the population. Please help us help St. Theresa's to continue to make a difference in the lives of the people of Meru Province, and may God receive all the glory.