Zambia Mission Fund

Revealing Jesus Through Education, Humanitarian Service, and Christian Leadership

Hop on board! Let's fill the Pills on Wheels Pharmacy Bus

Team members posing for a picture in front of the yellow school bus used as the pharmacy during the annual medical mission.

In July, the Zambia Medical Mission (ZMM) team will venture into remote rural areas of Southern Zambia to provide essential healthcare services. The American and Zambian doctors, nurses, and support staff will address both the physical and spiritual needs of the local communities to bring healing and hope in the name of Jesus.

Thousands of patients will have access to medical, dental, optical, lab, and first-aid services in the clinics for diagnosis and treatment. However, it is the mobile pharmacy that plays a crucial role in delivering the necessary medicines to those in need.

A yellow school bus will be transformed into a fully-equipped ZMM pharmacy. "Pills on Wheels" keeps the medicines out of the dust and wind. Inside the bus, the seats hold plastic trunks filled with pills, capsules, ointments, and other essential drugs.

When patients visit the front of the bus, they hand in their prescriptions. A dedicated ZMM team member goes down the bus aisle, carefully selecting the prescribed medicines from the trunks. At the back of the bus, a nurse provides instructions and hands out the filled prescriptions to the patients.

Here’s where you come in. Your help is needed to fill the Pills on Wheels bus with the right medicines to effectively treat the patients' needs. For just $5.00, you can provide the medicine required to treat one patient.

Your generous contribution will make a significant impact in providing healing and hope.

Together, let's fill the Pills on Wheels bus and make a difference.

"Now he who supplies seed to the sower and bread for food will also supply and increase your store of seed and will enlarge the harvest of your righteousness."

— 2 Corinthians 9:8 —


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