Friday, June 24, 2005


This month's MEDCAP was a little different. We focused only on providing medical services (no dental, optometry or veterinarian services). It worked out well - we were able to see 298 people without overloading any part of the system.

The school was in a rural community full of very friendly people.

Me and my NCO at the entrance of the school

The KPC providing registration and screening services.

A local doctor providing care.

A KFOR doctor providing care.

In a positive change from previous MEDCAPs, a KFOR doctor stepped back and supervised 3 medics while they took care of the people from the community. Here, one of my medics checks on the health of a child.

At the end of the day, I noticed there was a manageable amount of litter in the school yard and a lot of people available to pick it up. Once the kids caught on, everything was cleaned up quickly.


At 9/20/2005 10:12 PM, Anonymous Lavdim Klaiqi said...

hey jim,
good job chap!
these pics shows that you really enjoyed during your valuable mission here in Kosova. OK I am sending a best greetings from Kosova wherever and with whoever you are...

Lavdim from Kosova (Kamenica, some 30 km away from Vrban!!!) :)

God bless you,


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