July 2022

Violet & Lusungu


JULY 2022

It has been cool and moist the past few days with cloudy skies and showers here and there. June 2022 is the beginning of a new adventure for the Lutheran Mobile Clinic, as the orientated and trained Malawian nationals, the Clinic Administrator and Nurse in Charge Lusungu and Violet respectively took over from Gary and Beth. This new adventure is a huge move forward, but the year of orientation with Gary and Beth made us well prepared. In as much as we are nervous about it, it is comforting to know that Gary as the Field Director is just a text or a call away to guide us, and will visit every 3 months. As the new Administrator and Nurse in Charge, we intend to continue the good stewardship the previous Administrators and Nurses in Charge have done with very careful use of funds and to ensure that our staff and patients are treated with respect and dignity. Your financial gifts are generous, timely and necessary. The pill bottles used for dispensing liquid medicine, sunscreen and hats for albinos, other generous goodies, cards, and letters are very much appreciated.

The clinic has recruited a young man by the name of Vincent Malimwe who will start as of 1st July 2022. He has been given the post of second driver as well as general staff and will be trained in various duty stations at the clinic. He will be trained to check blood pressure and malaria testing. The clinic has seen increased numbers of high blood pressure patients in the past months. Mr. Malimwe will also work as a driver if our current driver Mr. Supu has called a day off, since it is a goal for us to never miss a clinic day due to foreseen circumstances.

Colossians 3:23-24, whatever you do, work at it with a sincere heart, as though you were working for the lord and not for people. Remember that the lord will give you as a reward what he has kept for his people. For Christ is the real master you serve”. Many situations in this life are different, and people go to work with different circumstances, some are happy days and some are dark days but at all times let us do whatever is required without doubt or hesitation. “I am alpha and the omega, the first and last beginning and the end. Revelation 22-13”. He is our beginning and our end. Through him we have everything. With assurance like that lets bring on the new adventure set before us.

Your sister in Christ,

Lusungu Mwambeye, Clinic Administrator – Lutheran Mobile Clinic Malawi

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