People with leprosy are sent to isolated villages where they are abandoned and forgotten by society. The Shalom Leprosy Compassion Ministry has a special place in its heart for these people and organizes groups of volunteers to travel to villages plagued with leprosy in order to provide medical, living, and psychological assistance.
March is a warm season where flowers blossom abundantly in China. For leprosy villages, especially the project sites of The Shalom in Yunnan province, spring seems even warmer and pleasant. The rehabilitation clients here not only share the love from Shalom volunteers, but also the love from the USA, Japan, and India. They brought money, goods and love for the clients. In the month full of love, the Shalom built solar-powered bathrooms, sponsored children who dropped out of school, and purchased a three-wheel motorbike for the clients in Yiliang.
The Shalom will complete the installation for the power supply and pipes for the solar-powered bathrooms as soon as possible, so that people can soon enough enjoy a commodity as simple as a hot shower.
Original Article Written by Ping Liang, translated by Maggie Li, edited by Yanyan Zhang
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