The ward is where children and their families wait before and after surgery. Both Mom and Dad are here for their children.
The hospital campus is large and Dad is with his son on the long walk to the OR.
The families, and the people of Myanmar have been welcoming and gracious. Our mission is only possible because of the support of the hospital and their staff. We are grateful for the opportunity afforded us on this mission.
And a thumbs up once in while goes a long way.
Sometimes a photo does not need a title.
Cute and stylish
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