The Maliba Mobile Clinic made a trip to Mats’o Village. Due to the road conditions the Mobile Clinic caravan was unable to travel and the members of the Clinic were forced to use a Bakkie rather to transport the nurses and medical supplies..https://www.facebook.com/MalibaCommunityDevelopmentTrust #malibamobileclinic #lesotho ... See MoreSee Less
The Maliba Mobile Clinic made a trip to Mats’o Village. Due to the road conditions the Mobile Clinic caravan was unable to travel and the members of the Clinic were forced to use a Bakkie rather to transport the nurses and medical supplies.
Fortunately there was a World Vision building nearby which the clinic was able to use to provide a comfortable waiting area for the patients.
Despite the difficulty in travel, the nurses were able to assist 28 adults and 37 children which provided great assistance for the community members as there are no other nearby hospital facilities.
To learn more about the Maliba Community Development Trust or to see how you can assist follow this link: maliba-lodge.com/information/maliba-community-trust/
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