|The New Face of Medical Missions|
The missionary physicians of the 21st century will be Africans—and US missions agencies couldn’t be happier.
As the rainy season nears an end in Africa’s Rift Valley, the boys harvesting avocados start falling out of trees. If a boy breaks a bone, he may go to Kibuye Hope, a rural mission hospital in the East African nation of Burundi. There, for the first time in the 73-year history of the hospital, he may receive care from a full-time, permanent missionary surgeon who is Burundian.
That surgeon, Alliance Niyukuri, joined the missionary staff of Kibuye Hope in 2018, moving his family to its residences ...
Saturday, February 22, 2020
The New Face of Medical Missions