In 2010 we shipped a 40' container with medical equipment to Uganda. The equipment was distributed to 13 different health clinics. At one clinic, a large group of pregnant women were going to give birth on the floor. After the container arrived they each got their own bed.
The container held hospital beds, children's beds, crutches, wheel chairs, rollators, pillows, blankets, sheets, operation equipment and an operation table.
In May 2012 we received this kind letter from our local partner, Sister Ephrance:
All the time there is something that reminds me of your kind and generous spirit when you shipped a container in 2010 that has continued to benefit the less advantaged members of our society, especially those living in the remote areas of Bushenyi district. During the Wed 28th March 2012 fellowship, we handed over one of the few remaining wheel chairs to Mr Nathan Tumwebaze for his ailing mother who fractured both her legs, and for 15 years was becoming increasingly immobile. Nathan told me he had been looking for a wheel chair for a long time.
On Friday I visited one of the Health Centers that benefitted from the medical supplies and behold the patients were being looked after in a more convinient amd medically acceptable manner. May God bless you my friend. We can't thank you enough, Sister.