Peyi Pouri Medical 1


[music]>>Bobby Burnette: Bonjour.>>all: Bonjour.>>Bobby: Bonjour.>>all: Bonjour.>>Sherry Burnette: If she hadn’t come here, she wouldn’t have any help at all.>>Ernesto: [coughing]>>Sherry: Oh, wow. [music]>>Sherry: [speaking foreign language] [music]>>Bobby: Love is something that you do.>>female announcer: Nestledin the heartof the Caribbean, less thana 2-hour plane ride from Miami,Florida, lies our neighbor,the beautiful butimpoverished nation of Haiti.Pummeled by hurricanes,earthquakes, and decadesof economic failure, the peopleof this fair land strugglein conditions that make Haitithe poorest country inthe entire western hemisphere.Half the populationearns less than $1 a day.Many parents in Haiti havesuffered the excruciatingsorrow of burying one or moreof their precious children.Children needlessly die daily,only because they lack a simplemedicine like penicillin.In the midst of their pain,their grief, their hunger,and their sorrow, theirhearts yearn to find hope.Just the smallest glimmer ofhope that life could be better.And that’s where Bobbyand Sherry Burnette come in.>>Bobby: Well, may God bless you and welcome to Peyi Pouri, Haiti. You know, Jesus said, “Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature.” Well, here we are. We’re set up today for our mobile medical clinic. We’re gonna be here for 4 days and, of course, before we came out here this morning, Carlos and our Haitian staff, they had made six trips up this rough, I mean, very dangerous mountain. Then, this morning, at daylight, all the volunteers from America and we brought ’em all up this morning, come along the mountain trail, I mean, we had four vehicles this morning coming up. Here’s where we sleep at night. For the next 4 nights, we’re sleeping in here. It gets very cold up here, believe it or not, this part of Haiti. It was very chilly this morning. All these people you see, they’ve been here since yesterday, waiting. We’re not supposed to start the mobile clinic ’til tomorrow but they’re all here so we’re starting now. They have their dossiers they bring with them. Our doctor looks at ’em, examines ’em, and then sends ’em through, then gets their medicines and then sees each patient individually. This is Dr. Lena from America.>>Lena Gamble: I like the idea of going out to reach people who haven’t been reached. That’s something that’s really big for me. You know, whatever experience, whatever sacrifice, just to be able to reach these people and let them know that God loves them, is huge.>>Bobby: Well, here’s our pharmacy. Sherry and the staff, Daniella, and everyone, and the Haitian staff, have been working probably 3 or 4 weeks getting the medicines together, working very hard, sorting ’em.>>Lourdes Valladares: This is my fifth trip with Love A Child. I keep coming back because I look around me when I’m home and I am very involved with my church and ministries, and my family, of course, come first. But I see that we have so much. We’re so, so blessed. And you know, we are blessed so we can be a blessing to others.>>Sherry: This is the wound care area. This is–we see a lot of cuts and wounds and head sores and just nasty things. We never know what we’re gonna run into but we’re prepared for almost anything.>>Bobby: Bonjour.>>all: Bonjour.>>Bobby: Bonjour.>>all: Bonjour.>>Bobby: Bonjour.>>all: Bonjour.>>Bobby: [speaking foreign language] Good morning, Jesus loves you. Shelly’s getting ready, getting all the glasses out and everything to help people. ‘Course, they’re free of charge. And we also thank Joyce Meyer who sent us–Joyce Meyer Ministries, who sends us a lot of eyeglasses, and other people. We need eyeglasses. So right over here is the last place you go. This is the prayer department. Peter’s here, Mrs. Stevie is here, and I’m here a lot of the time. And we pray for people, ask people, “Do you know the Lord?” Because what we do is, we just share the love of God with the people and because, you know, when they see the goodness of the Lord, it brings men to repentance. So we not only help them medically and share the love of God, helping them with medicines, but we also pass out gospel tracts that’s in Creole, in their language, that they may know Jesus because love is something that you do.>>Sherry: All right, okay, [speaking foreign language]>>Beatrice: [crying]>>Sherry: Wow. So this little girl’s got a really, really nasty, oozing, pussing, ear infection. It’s really, really, really bad. So it’s gonna take a while to clean but it’s gotta be cleaned. Then she’s gonna have some antibiotics and things. It’s really, really nasty. Why don’t we get that dipped in there.>>Beatrice: [crying]>>Sherry: Yeah, I know. It’s bad, isn’t it, huh? Yeah. Okay. Yeah, boy, you, much better than I thought you were gonna be, yeah. She’s got bad, bad, bad head sores. Gonna get it all cleaned out, okay? Yeah. You’re just being so good. I thought you were gonna be a really–a problem kid. [speaking foreign language] And then a cup of water.>>female: Yes.>>Beatrice: [crying]>>Sherry: This little girl’s got such a horrible, horrible, horrible ear infection. I think it’s, like, probably impetigo and an ear infection combined and it’s crusted inside, all the way down to her eardrum so I know she has to have antibiotics but I’m trying to clean it the best I can. And then show the mother how to continue to clean it because I’m not gonna be able to get it all cleaned today. I’ve got too many kids out there with sores and things. So all this has to be cleaned off, all this crusty stuff, all over her head. That all has to be cleaned. But I’m gonna show her mom how to do that. Give her antibiotics and painkillers and hope that this clears up but it’s a horrible, horrible, horrible ear infection. And then she’s got impetigo on top of that so we’re gonna treat that today and, anyway, she’s got a long ways to go back to the mountains but if she hadn’t come here, she wouldn’t have any help at all. Okay, baby.>>announcer: For over 20 yearsBobby and Sherry Burnettehave dedicated their livesas full-time missionariesto the people of Haiti.They bring the good newsof Jesus Christ.They also bring healing.They bring care.They bring love andthey bring hope, especially tothe children, the children whowill be the Haiti of tomorrow.Today, you’re watchinga Love A ChildMobile Medical Clinic.The children and their parentsare so desperate.The need is so urgent.And that’s where you come in.Your gift today of just $20provides an emergencyfamily pack of medicineto a desperate Haitian family.This family pack contains basicmedications that you would findin every American home.You can give the gift of lifeand health and hope toa Haitian family for just $20.Please call or go toour website right now.Your sacrificial gift of $50helps us treat 50 childrenat one of these clinics.Fifty childrenwith curable diseasescan be healed and made well.Please call and give $50right now.Will you help a sick child,a complete stranger,to get nursed back to health?A gift of $100helps treat 100 childrenat one of these clinics.One hundred lives changedand impacted for the kingdomfor just $100.Whatever yourfinancial resources,please give something.Operators are on duty to answeryour call right now or go toour website, LOVEACHILD.COM.You can see with your eyesthat the need is urgent.$20 will provide an emergencyfamily pack of medicines;$50 will help treat50 children at a Love A ChildMobile Medical Clinic; $100will help treat 100 children.Pray right now and ask God whathe would have you to do becauselove is something you do.Do something in love right now.Call, go to our website,or write to the addresson the screen.What will you do to help today?>>Sherry: So we’re here in our tent, our mobile clinic tent in Peyi Pouri. It’s starting to rain. It’s a cold rain up here in the mountains and he is so cold, he’s just shivering, and Tilulute, he doesn’t even know how old he is and so, you know, he’s never been to school. Never been to school. He’s so skinny too, he’s probably never had a decent meal either.>>Sherry: Oh, it’s pouring rain right now. It’s a cold rain and this little boy, he’s freezing cold. He’s got all these head sores that we’ve gotta scrub and try to get off of him and soak. And so this is the best way we could do it, trying to hold his head over this bucket and clean all these sores off of his head because it won’t heal properly if we don’t. It’s gonna take us a while to do this so we’re here under a tent, which is our mobile clinic, with hundreds of people out there, waiting for help. Thank you for letting us come here, for letting us join with you as we partner together to try to save these children. And there is a lot that you can do to help. You can come here in one of these mobile clinics if God would send you, or you can help sponsor one of these mobile clinics. We’ll be telling you about that in just a little bit but pray about doing something. Just do something to help us help these children. You know, the Bible says if you see that your brother’s in need, you can’t turn your back on him and just say, “Go away, and come back another day.” We can’t do this. There may not be another day for these children. So please pray about what the Lord would have you to do. Big or small or widow’s mite, let’s partner together and let’s help save the lives of these children. Thank you.>>Sherry: This is Odette. She’s 5 years old and we just gave her a lollipop. She came here to the clinic. It’s starting to rain. It’s cool up here in the mountains but yet it’s starting to rain so she’s a little cold. And you can tell that she’s just really lethargic, anemic, and she’s got a very, very bad case of impetigo that’s spreading into her ears. So I’m gonna wash it a little, the best I can, to get most of the bad stuff out, which is really, really, really, really nasty. Really nasty. And I told her mother she has to go home and cut all the hair off, which normally I could do that right now but I have too many kids that are backed up, that have really bad head in funguses and arm and leg in funguses and everything so we’re backed up in wound care. We’re here in the mountains of Peyi Pouri. So we’re gonna clean her up, give her mom the medicine, tell her mom how to treat her, and send her home with some antibiotics and, hopefully, she’ll be better. These children in this area, it’s just the ground. They play and they sit in the ground and the animals sit on the ground and they– everything’s contagious and then they handle things and their fingernails are long and they get–they don’t wash their hands when they go to the bathroom so there’s a lot of reasons why they get all this impetigo and it spreads so quickly and it spreads to other children and the family too. So this is something we have to take care of today and teach the mom how to take care of it. Ooh, wow. [speaking foreign language] And then she’ll be okay. [speaking foreign language] Okay? And you can see it’s really painful to the little girl. She’s got a bad skin infection. It’s going all the way into her ear. So we–we’re sending triple antibiotics home with her today but, boy, she’s in a mess. And she’s really bad but she’s not the worst one we’ve seen today. We’ve seen a lot worse today. You know, this is one of the little babies that just would fall right through the cracks if we weren’t here today. And we’re just so glad. We just–you know, we just thank the Lord for each one because when we clean ’em up or we clean a dirty wounded foot, or we clean the head of a child, you know, even though it’s so nasty and dirty, we just do it exactly as if we were cleaning Jesus. And what a blessing it is. God bless you for letting us be your hands and your feet today. God bless you, thank you.>>announcer: For over 20 yearsBobby and Sherry Burnettehave dedicated their livesas full-time missionariesto the people of Haiti.They bring the good newsof Jesus Christ.They also bring healing.They bring care.They bring love andthey bring hope, especially tothe children, the children whowill be the Haiti of tomorrow.Today, you’re watchinga Love A ChildMobile Medical Clinic.The children and their parentsare so desperate.The need is so urgent.And that’s where you come in.Your gift today of just $20provides an emergencyfamily pack of medicineto a desperate Haitian family.This family pack contains basicmedications that you would findin every American home.You can give the gift of lifeand health and hope toa Haitian family for just $20.Please call or go toour website right now.Your sacrificial gift of $50helps us treat 50 childrenat one of these clinics.Fifty childrenwith curable diseasescan be healed and made well.Please call and give $50right now.Will you help a sick child,a complete stranger,to get nursed back to health?A gift of $100helps treat 100 childrenat one of these clinics.One hundred lives changedand impacted for the kingdomfor just $100.Whatever yourfinancial resources,please give something.Operators are on duty to answeryour call right now or go toour website, LOVEACHILD.COM.You can see with your eyesthat the need is urgent.$20 will provide an emergencyfamily pack of medicines;$50 will help treat50 children at a Love A ChildMobile Medical Clinic; $100will help treat 100 children.Pray right now and ask God whathe would have you to do becauselove is something you do.Do something in love right now.Call, go to our website,or write to the addresson the screen.What will you do to help today?>>Bobby: This is the last place everybody comes when they come to the clinic, is to be prayed for. This is the Word From the Mission Field today. And they come through here to be prayed for and we ask ’em– [speaking foreign language] Are you saved? Or do you love Jesus? She says, “Yes, she’s saved and she loves the Lord.” And you know, this is little Christalia, this is Madam Sentamine. I asked her her name here, her little boy here. But we pray for them and then we give ’em a toy and we give some candy and then we give ’em a gospel tract. But you know, they come through and we pray for ’em and, of course, they receive help today and these people, these people, hundreds of people, they have been here since yesterday, waiting. Our clinic was not supposed to start ’til tomorrow. When we got here early this morning and we seen all these people waiting since yesterday, we went ahead and started a day early. Went ahead and set up. But they walk a long ways, a lot of the mothers carrying their little babies in their arms for–no one has had a medical clinic out here to help the people and help them be healthy and check on ’em and give ’em some medicine and give ’em some prayer. But Jesus said, “When you do it to one of the least of these little ones, you have done it unto me.” That’s a powerful Scripture. “When you have done it to one of the least of these little ones, ye have done it unto me.” Quote the disciples said just before that, he said– the disciples said, “Lord, when did we see you sick?” Or, “When did we see you hungry?” Then Jesus said, “When ye have done it to one of the least of these, my brethren, ye have done it unto me.” And so we come out here and we show the love of God to Madame Sentamine and little Christalia and her little boy down there. It shows the love of God and love is something that you do.>>Sherry: So this is Ernesto. Ernesto. [speaking foreign language] Ernesto, he’s got shingles. So we’re gonna take him on over here to the doctor first, okay? [speaking foreign language] Oh, wow, look at his hands, how dry his hands are. Boy, he’s got extreme malnutrition too. Look at his arms. Wow, there’s something else wrong with him besides that. Wow. Oh, wow! Let’s see how old he is. Twelve. Douze ans. Okay, he’s extremely malnourished and anemic, so we’re gonna take him over to the doctor. Like, he’s an emergency case. Let’s go this way, baby. C’mon. Wow. [speaking foreign language]>>female: [speaking foreign language]>>Sherry: She said that this condition’s been starting for 2 months but I cannot believe that because look how skinny he is. God, you can see every rib in his body. And then, plus, it looks like he’s probably got shingles. Okay, now we’ve got two doctors on this one. Two Haitian doctors, which is good because they know more about the things that happen in Haiti than we would in the States. We never see these things in the States. He’s infected a lot. [speaking foreign language]>>male: [speaking foreign language]>>Sherry: Yeah. He’s got a lot of problems. Okay, [speaking foreign language] Okay, all right. I’m looking at him right now. We’ve gotta figure out where we’re gonna send him because they said the nearest malnutrition clinic which would be for his age is very far away but I’m gonna see if we can’t maybe keep him at our place for a little bit ’til he gets on his feet because he is in really bad condition. Wow.>>Sherry: Okay, okay, okay, buddy, okay, buddy. Okay, okay. Okay, okay. Okay, honey, okay, darling. Okay, okay. [speaking foreign language] Okay, baby. Okay, baby. [speaking foreign language]>>Ernesto: [coughing]>>Sherry: Oh, wow.>>male: [speaking foreign language]>>female: [speaking foreign language]>>Ernesto: [crying]>>Ernesto: [crying foreign language]>>Sherry: Okay, baby. Okay, baby. Okay, baby. Okay, baby. In the name of Jesus. No, baby. No, baby, [speaking foreign language]>>female: [speaking foreign language]>>Sherry: All that infection coming out.>>Ernesto: [crying]>>Sherry: [speaking foreign language]>>Ernesto: [speaking foreign language]>>male: [speaking foreign language]>>Sherry: Can we get a little T-shirt, a dry T-shirt for him? A warm dry T-shirt to him?>>Sherry: Poor baby. He’s so brave.>>Sherry: All right. [speaking foreign language] Okay, buddy, you’re brave. Okay, [speaking foreign language]>>Pastor Soufrans: [speaking foreign language]>>Sherry: [speaking foreign language]>>Sherry: So that little boy is gonna be treated at our clinic in Love A Child and they’re gonna take care of him, put him in a program where he’s gonna get food every week. It’s gonna be a slow process but he’ll be much better off than he came–before he came to the clinic. Okay, let me see. Come here, buddy.>>Sherry: We’ve been here in the village of Peyi Pouri all day long and just really fighting the rain and the clouds and the chilly weather and all the obstacles that we had to get here. But we have seen so many children today and we still have so many more children to see. You know, for–I want to tell you about this. For $20, you can provide a family emergency medical pack for poor mothers who had to go all the way up the mountains. Those mothers, maybe they’re gonna come at the very last day and they’ll never get a chance to see the doctor. They’ve come from the tops of the mountains maybe, what, 4 or 5 hours and have nothing. Can’t see the doctor. We’re getting ready to go but we want to give them hope. This is filled with so many different medicines, cough medicine, fever medicine, bandages, and scabies, and there’s so many medicines. If they had to try to buy this, they could never afford even one bottle of this medicine. These people are so poor. And you know, if you would like to help us at the clinic, for $50 you can sponsor 50 poor children to come to our mobile clinic and receive the very best of care. Or for $100 you can sponsor 100 children to come to a mobile clinic and get wonderful care and all the medicines that they need.>>Bobby: For a gift of $1,000, you could sponsor an entire clinic just like you see today. And we’re gonna be here tomorrow and the next day. You will help save lives. And so many children will be helped, I cannot put into words. Please pray about it. The telephone number’s on the screen. You know, we’re here, you’re there, but we’re workers together. We’re doing this together and the next one and the next one and the next one together, to save lives. This is very important. For a gift of $10,000, you can sponsor a whole container of medicines. And that’s how we can do the clinics very reasonable because for $10,000, it actually costs to have that container come to America. But inside that container is at least $1 million of donated medicines but for $10,000, we can bring the container here. And so please, pray about which way God will have you to go. The numbers, the amounts, is on the screen. It’s tax deductible. Let’s let God use you today. Thank you. God bless you. Please, call right now. Love is something that you do. [music]>>Sherry: [speaking foreign language] [music]>>Bobby: Love is something that you do. CC by Aberdeen Captioning
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