When four-year-old Yeri first came to CAM’s Balm of Gilead clinic in Nicaragua, she was listless and could barely keep her eyes open. Her siblings, Yoselin and Yesner, were also sick. The clinic nurse gave Yeri and her siblings liquid vitamins, parasite treatment, and other important items to take home. When the children came back for a checkup one month later, their mom said, “They are so much better!” They are very thankful for the Life-Saving Medicines!

The nurse at the clinic says, “I am grateful to the many people who make it possible for children like Yoselin, Yeri, and Yesner to have an improved quality of life.”


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