On Saturday 28th January 2012, we attended the Annual General Meeting of Intercare, UK and were really fascinated by the fantastic work Intercare is doing in getting essential life saving drugs to remote clinics in Africa. Marion and I were invited due to the wonderful relationship the King's Village enjoys with Intercare. The KMC since 2009 has been receiving parcels of drugs shipped free to help our doctors. They are good drugs which are unused and donated by patients who do not use or need them and packaged by a team of volunteers and pharmacysts and sent annually to clinics in needy and remote parts of Africa.
In 2011, Intercare shipped drugs and essential medical supplies worth over £750,000 made up of a total of 1,061 parcels weighing 11,661kg to some 116 Health Centres in Africa which included the King's Village which received 2 big parcels during the year. It was a privilege to be there with Fr Wili Munishi from Moshi Tanzania to say THANK YOU on behalf of all the receipients and beneficiaries in Africa.
You can visit the website at www.intercare.org.uk and if you happen to have some good drugs you don't need, please do not hesitate to package and send to them and your little donation of money if you can please, will ensure that those drugs gets to where they are needed most and lives are saved! God bless YOU Carol, Colin, Diane, Jean and all the volunteers! Follow their story on http://www.facebook.com/INTERCAREMEDICALAID?sk=wall
We appreciate you all!
Pastor Ben and Marion