Caring for Diphtheria Patients in Jesus' Name
Medical Ministries | 5:42 SP-180105_Bangladesh_Diphtheria_Clinic_REV_ST_MIX.mp4
Diphtheria, a potentially deadly infection, is spreading among the more than 800,000 Rohingya people crammed into a refugee camp in Bangladesh. Our Diphtheria Treatment Center is offering lifesaving medical care and Christian compassion to refugees who have nowhere else to go for treatment.
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