Friday, 4 January 2008


This is the second ambulance Noeline sent out. It went to the leper hospital as they didn't have one. Twice a week they use it to go out to remote areas to do child clinics for mothers and babies etc. In Ghana when you are happy or celebrating you wave a white hanky, so they are waving their hankies as they are receiving the ambulance and their crutches and walking aids, their wheelchairs and beds and all sorts of things. In the background you can see the first ambulance that Noeline sent out to the mission. The mission hired a low bed truck to bring all this equipment to the hospital, including rubber gloves and disinfectant and all kinds of wonderful things.

Noeline Haylett

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