We first met Samuel in 2016 when we went to Rhino Camp in Uganda to bring dental services to the children there. At the time he was the driver of the all terrain vehicle that took us up to the camp. It’s a long drive and as we began speaking we learned his story, which
When we come into an area we may see up to 500 people during our stay. It is a very gruelling, but completely fulfilling task and I’m thankful everyday that I can continue to do the work. This particular day we were packing to leave in the next day or so.
We’ve known Simon for many years. Instead of my sharing how that came to be, I feel that reading it in his own words says more than I could ever possibly convey.
Often when we go into an area we work in partnership with another group. This picture was taken at a center for rescued girls. All of the girls who are brought to the center have been physically abused, many of them sexually abused. Three little girls that I treated, all sisters, had a story that still haunts me to this day.