Medical Kits

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Help us provide medical supplies


to remote mountain villages


LOVE needs a 4-wheel drive vehicle to access these remote areas...

Click here if you can help with this need.

We currently have our Medical Cabinets in four locations (see below),

and are funding them from our General Fund.

To be able to continue this program, we need help from donors.


There are three ways you can help:

MedCab

1. Monthly sponsorship (ranges from $110 to $220).


2. Any donation amount designated for Medical.


3. Pray for this need and share with others!


We give 1 medical cabinet/kit to each area and we supply medicines to them every month.

Sponsorship pledges are easy to pay online.

For your convenience, you can set up automatic monthly payments!

Donate

Medical Program Profiles

To sponsor a village in full (monthly), fill out our application.
(Replace "child's name" with village name.)

To make a donation toward a medical mission and/or supplies,
visit our Donate page and earmark the donation for "Medical Kits".

Mouse over, then click on the village name to learn more.
A pop-up window will open with the village's profile.

LiaBoy

LIA

* Sponsorship pending

To sponsor a village, copy and paste it's name into the application.

This Page Last Updated on August 8, 2023 by loveofvi

Below are some photos of people who received medicines in July from LOVE's Medical Kits program at Kontum - Virongheo. The Virongheo is a poor village in the mountains of Kontum. Most of the people there are Christian. LOVE has supplied them with a medical cabinet and basic medical supplies for 2 years.
In the past 4 months, more than 50 sick people have received medicines from this cabinet; some people from other villages near Virongheo have also come to receive medicines. The current sick needs of the people there are mainly colds, fever, cough, runny nose and abdominal pain.To make a donation toward a medical mission and/or supplies, visit our Donate page and earmark the donation for "Medical Kits".

More pictures from some of our supported villages: