We’re excited to announce a new Sudan project that Mocha Club is helping support: a new sterile surgical unit for villagers living on the border of Darfur in Nyamlel, Sudan. Mocha Club is currently helping maintain this village, where refugees, community children, and orphans can live safely. Most of the orphans at this village were orphaned by the same Janjaweed that attacked southern Sudan and are now attacking Darfur. You can see Nyamlel on this map. Click on the map to see larger views:
Currently, our medical clinic is the only clinic available for the people in our ministry area. People walk for days to get to this clinic.
Our clinic not only serves our widows and orphans but is also offered freely to the community. We first began three years ago with a plastic table and blanket under a tree. Last year we built a mud tukle. The clinic is currently staffed with an indigenous licensed nurse, pharmacists and two technicians. We also have a stateside medical team that visits the area to provide ongoing medical oversight and training.
The design of the clinic allows for private medical examination rooms as well as an interior waiting area to protect the sick while they wait to be seen. It also has full pharmaceutical capacity to protect and dispense all medicines. A generator will supply enough power for running water to be pumped from our pure water well to maintain sanitary conditions within the clinic.
Thank you for helping us continue this good work for the Sudanese.