Health care
Kei is composed of two large islands: Kei Besar and Kei Kecil, and a number of smaller  On Kei Besar, there is The St Yusuph mission hospital and a smaller outpatient clinic run by the government. The hospitals are accessible to everyone, however the right medical equipment was to be wanting. The mission hospital has requested our help to improve the quality of their offered help. With more medical supplies and better equipment is was possible to help people better.


re-using needles

Since June 2007, we have been receiving medical supplies from several hospitals. All these goods have been moved to brick factory Wienerberg in Thorn, thus being able to take stock of al the supplies and preparing them for send-off. All the goods are sorted and Marlita wrote everything down, after which Cindy and Machlon put it all in the computer.

Christiaan and Hannah collected the surgical instruments, Azaria and Mariska helped where possible and took care of the logistics. Gé made sure everyone was supplied with coffee, lemonade and delicious Limburgian flan and Grandma Mientje and Grandpa Wim made a delicious meal.

All in all, we had a great afternoon on which all of us worked very hard but also had a lot of fun.

We would like to thank al of our volunteers in Bedum, Helmond, Nijmegen, Roermond and Twello
The foundation SWPI in name of John Pattipeilohy had take care for delivery.
On our visit at st Yusuph the hospital was in good shape en there were a lot of people for help.