Missionary receives top honors for work in Kenya

By December 16, 2009

Kenya (AIM/MNN) — On March 1,
2010, the American Medical Association honors 
Africa Inland Missionary Dr. Richard Bransford. 

Dr.  Bransford is the recipient of the 2010 Dr.
Nathan Davis International Award in Medicine. Presented by the American
Medical Association (AMA) Foundation, in association with Pfizer Inc, the award
is part of the Excellence in Medicine Awards program and is presented to a
physician who has dramatically improved health care for an international
patient population. 

Dr. Bransford will be recognized at
the Excellence in Medicine Awards Ceremony in conjunction with the AMA National
Advocacy Conference in Washington, D.C.  Award recipients are honored for
their altruism, compassion, leadership and integrity. 

The legacy of Dr. Bransford is his work
with African kids with disabilities in and around Kenya. Bethany Kids, a ministry he established in
2001, annually performs over 1,000 operations on children suffering with hydrocephalus,
spina bifida, and other debilitating conditions.

"Dr. Bransford is the definition of
true selflessness," said AMA Foundation President Richard Hovland. "His
lifetime devotion to caring for children in places such as Kenya, Sudan and
Somalia has transformed the lives of so many. By establishing Bethany
Kids at Kijabe, his efforts will leave a permanent mark on Kenya." 

Together with his team in Kijabe,
they are dedicated to reaching the people with the Good News of Jesus Christ.

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