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October 2016: HALO Missions Returns to Zambia to Provide Dental Care, Reading Glasses and Clothes to Both Children and Adults

HALO Missions has completed a second mission trip to Zambia, this time visiting the villages of Lufwanyama and Chingola. In this trip, HALO Missions provided medical care and assistance to orphans and their caregivers. This year we were able to to triage and treat approximately 2,400 patients. In addition to the medical care, we also provided the children with school uniforms so they can attend school and recreational games, such as soccer balls, for them to play with in their spare time.


Several orphans playing around with one of our dental assistants.





September 2015: HALO Missions Helps Provide Medical Care for More Than 600 Children in Zambia

HALO (Health and Learning for Orphans) Missions, based in Central Islip, New York, recently made a mission trip to Kitwe, Zambia in the province of Lufwanyama. While there, HALO collaborated with Teen Missions International to provide supplies and medical care for more than 600 children who are orphaned as a result of the AIDS epidemic in the region.


Several orphans greet the HALO Missions volunteer team as they arrive in Kitwe, Zambia during the September 2015 mission trip to the region.





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