I had quite the emotional weekend, had a little cry, did a lot of praying and it’s a good day. We went on a jiggers project to the poorest of poor villages, and we washed, sanitized feet then cut jiggers (which are larvae hatched from eggs laid inside feet and hands under the skin) . It’s due to unclean, unsanitary conditions, usually due to neglect of the parents. The children who have jiggers are usually bullied or made fun of. The children are so tiny but they are usually stoic, even if a tear does fall when the wounds are cleansed with Betadine. We give them a new pair of socks and a new pair of shoes to put on…sometimes we buy used clothes from an old church goodwill to take but we usually don’t find many small items for children, mostly adult t-shirts etc. Continue reading
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