Wisdom and Compassion in Action


The line of patients waiting to be triaged for the clinic snakes around the block in front of the hospital. Over 1000 patients per day are seen here at Takeo Provincial Referral Hospital by the team of volunteers.


Buddhist monks registering patients.


Our fabulous translators – medical students from the International University in Phnom Penh.


Dr. Rob Negrin giving the medical students a lecture on Thalassemia, a rare but devastating disease.

Tomorrow we leave Takeo for Phnom Penh where we will provide mobile medical and dental services for the children of an orphanage. Stay tuned for more reports from IWA in action….

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