Imagine a small child in a rural African Village laying quietly on a small pallet in the middle of the night. His temperature is very high and he is shivering in his mothers arms. Malaria is ravaging his body but there is no physician near to offer antibiotics to cure the disease.
Imagine a hardworking farmer with long days in fields of the African terrain. He has been having constant headaches and does not realize that his blood pressures have been 200/120 for the past month. There is no local nurse to even check his blood pressure much less easy access to much needed blood pressure medications.
Imagine a young woman who developed swelling her legs and now has large wounds on her legs for at least a year. She tries to take care of the wounds the best she can but they continue to become infected. She is embarrassed to be around her friends in her local village because of the way they look and smell.
Imagine an African elder whose infection in his gums have made it hard for him to eat. He has tried to keep them clean to prevent the infection from worsening. At times it is excruciatingly painful just to talk. NOW, Imagine an ARMY of volunteers equipped with the WEAPONS of HOPE and COMPASSION determined to make a difference in the lives of African communities thousands of miles away.