A rural mission hospital in NW Zimbabwe. Sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ through hospital evangelism.
Sunday, March 25, 2018
Unpacking cintainer, interviewing a new doctor
It has been busy this week unpacking the container that arrived recently. We have been unloading it a truck load at a time and bringing it up to the hospital to unload. Carolyn Mereki has been helping to unload and sort and then she delivers it to the different departments.
We are really happy with a lot of good supplies that we are unpacking to use at the hospital.
We are putting the barrels and boxes in the hallway outside my office and opening them when we have time. It is always fun to see what we get!
On Friday this week we traveled to Kadoma (1 hour south of Harare), about 4 1/2 hour drive for us. We met up with Mashoko administration to interview 6 people for jobs at Chidamoyo and Mashoko as doctors. We have tentatively made decisions, but have another 2 people to interview--so please pray with us that we choose the right doctor.
The doctor strike continues since 1 March. No settlement and government hospitals only doing emergencies so we can't really refer other patients either. The doctors here make a basic salary of $389 a month. Also they want equipment and medicines available in the hospitals they work in. We hope this is settled soon.
Unpacking the container
Waiting to be unpacked
Carolyn sorting things from container
Dr. Moyo and Major from Chidamoyo at the Interviews