CAMA Services

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Hope Clinic, Guinea

Bringing hope for physical healing and Hope for eternal life

Little girl

God placed the dream of a small clinic in the hearts of Moise & Nowei Mamy and Jon Erickson in the mid 1990′s after experiencing firsthand the local medical services. The search for land took years. They both participated in CAMA Services mobile medical outreaches semi-yearly in Guinea. In 2001 the first buildings were started after an uncle gave land to the clinic.  Jon married Anja in 2002. The two couples laid the foundations for the outpatient services, lab and pharmacy that are in place today.

Hope Clinic opened its doors with a skeleton staff in September of 2003.  In 2006 Hope Clinic closed for training and expansion. It reopened in June of 2007 and continues to grow.

The name of Hope Clinic was chosen to express hope for physical healing, but above all Hope for eternal live with Jesus Christ. Throughout  the medical care staff present the gospel of Jesus to each patient.

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