to rest. Tomorrow we will visit a local church and provide a mobile clinic for the people after church.
Our HBB classes will begin again Monday morning and afternoon. Thankful for safe travels!
We received permission from the government to go to The Congo border to teach a doctor who is in the ministry of health in Chingola but is a Congolese. He became our guide and translator. He spoke English, Swahili French and some Bemba.
The trip to the border was quite exciting!! We saw miles and miles of trucks waiting to cross over the border to transport goods. They will be waiting for days!! Our class was filled with quite the assortment of people. Despite the language barriers they understood a great deal of the information. We then got permission to cross the border for a brief picture (this was tourism at its best!) we had one foot in Zambia and one In Congo! Now back to the lodge. Leonard likes guacamole so we have been purchasing the ingredients on our way back to lodge by stopping at road side stands! Fun!!
Classes begin tomorrow at several clinics in the remote areas of Chingola. Gods fingerprints were all over today!!
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