Story number 2 for 9 Mar 2000

By March 9, 2000

Meanwhile, Medical Ambassadors International is asking people to help the flood victims of Mozambique by sending a financial gift. MAI’s Executive Director Paul Calhoun says as cholera and malaria increase, the need for medication also increases. Calhoun says they need the funding so they can share Christ’s love in word and deed. “We are putting out a plea to help with the costs of supplying the medications. These medications can be bought at a considerable discount and we commit will go 100-percent to the field.” Calhoun adds when the rest of the world eventually forgets about the devastation in that country Medical Ambassadors will remain there. “When people pull out, Medical Ambassadors will be there establishing community health evangelism outreaches to enable these people to get back on their feet.”

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