Naw Blut Moo serves as the sole medic for two villages in Karen State, Burma.
“I have been working in this area for two years. During this time, my knowledge of health conditions and medicines has improved. The financial support I receive allows me to send my children to school and also help sick people. I am able to manage my household expenses and also keep some pocket money for my children. There is less burden in my life now compared to before.”
By funding Naw Blut Moo and providing medicine and supplies for the clinic, around 500-600 people (children and adults) are able to receive medical support.
In this photo, medic Naw Blut Moo is treating a child with malaria. Malaria is one of the most common diseases in Karen State, and early diagnosis and treatment are crucial.
“We have received a lot of help from Sharing Hope. The villagers who live far away from clinics are able to have access to medicines. We are able to heal the villagers and the number of illnesses has decreased because of these medicines. Sick people can be treated on time and there are less deaths. We are glad that we are able to help those families who cannot afford medicines for their families”.
Your support in providing medicines helps the villagers to receive treatment on time and be healed.
Thank you for your love and support. Your support in providing medicines helps the villagers to receive treatment on time and be healed. Because of your heart for little people like us, may God bless you in your work, your travels, and your life. This is my prayer for you.”
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