• We’re investing in the future!

    We’re investing in the future!

    Several months ago, we introduced you to Jospin & Kalvé. These young men are graduates of Project Hope and Charité schools and, prior to the war, were attending University. Unfortunately, the war put their schooling on hold, but not their desire! They have been meeting with Dr. Paul and are considering a future in medical

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  • Unsung Heroes – the Hibailes

    Unsung Heroes – the Hibailes

    Our friends, Dr. Augustin Hibaile and his wife Marie Helen are literally “holding down the fort” in the Central African Republic (C.A.R.)! During these months of war, they have assumed the responsibility of managing the Guest House in Bangui. Always willing to help anyone in need, they have offered sanctuary and the love of Christ

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  • Who We Are

    Who We Are

    Our Mission To provide compassionate, affordable, and Christ-centered medical care focused on both the physical and spiritual needs of the people of the Central African Republic. We will accomplish this by establishing and maintaining a healthcare and surgical facility in the Central African Republic that is committed to health education, and the treatment and prevention

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  • What We Do

    What We Do

    Medical Care Mike and Myra Taylor have been working as medical missionaries in the Central African Republic (CAR) since 1989. For 6+ years the Taylors lived in CAR providing much needed medical and nutritional care through the Boguila and Yaloke bush hospitals. Since 2009, Mike and Myra have been facilitating short-term medical and surgical teams

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We’re investing in the future!

October 2nd, 2014
We’re investing in the future!

Several months ago, we introduced you to Jospin & Kalvé. These young men are graduates of Project Hope and Charité schools and, prior to the war, were attending University. Unfortunately, the war put their schooling on hold, but not their desire! They have been meeting with Dr. Paul and are considering a future in medical

Read more
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