Patient stories of hope
When Isabelle's tumor began to grow, her happy childhood took a turn.
For years, Mary's tumor grew. It covered her eye and caused her classmates to relentlessly taunt her.
Prinscio was ashamed of his twisted feet. Now he's excited to run and play like other kids.
Elina's infected burns threatened her life. She needed a miracle.
As Jocelin’s tumor grew, so did his fear of being ostracized and alone. His father prayed for a miracle.
Rajo’s painful club foot left him unable to or interact with other children.
When Somaya was born with a cleft, her father abandoned her. But her mother never stopped praying.
Fifalina’s severely bowed legs left her unable to walk or play…
Jean’s bowed legs left him with no hope and no childhood…
As a very small child, Cyriane had one big wish—to wear shoes like her older sister.
Victorien was shunned because of a growing tumor. He was afraid that he would die.
Sasiline’s right arm and hand were terribly disfigured from burns.
Volunteer stories of mercy
Dr. Gary Parker has had a front-row view of the great surgical need.
"What they give back to us is more than we could ever give."
"You can’t help but be changed when you serve the Lord."
"I'm not the same person I was when I left home."
"Any little part I can do to help is worth it."
"I have been changed and I have grown here."
35 years of healing the world's poor
How the world’s largest charity hospital ship provides care and neighborly love.
Many of the world’s poor suffer or even die from easily treatable medical conditions.
Discover the origins and history of our international humanitarian organization.
Our mission to leave a lasting impact in Togo.