Linda and pharmacist Lisa in the clinic pharmacy. Most, if not all, of these medications are brought from the United States.

On the 8th Day of Giving, PSC gave to me – 8 drugs-a-taking!

Generous donations to the Tanzania Project allow the Project’s team members to bring necessary medications for surgery and medical care – especially ones that are not widely available. Each trip, team members carry over multiple bags of JUST pills and fluids. These medications have a huge impact on the people we serve. Simple medications like acetaminophen, antibiotics, and topical creams can reduce suffering and connecting patients with HIV and TB medication programs can be lifesaving.


Dr. Walter Lee drawing up a syringe full of steroids for a joint injection.

Sorting and packing supplies before each trip is a big group effort. All of these will eventually be put into our notorious red duffel bags and carried as luggage to Tanzania.

Our pharmacist, Lisa, and volunteer and translator for Swahili, Dory.

Cheryl, Lisa, and Linda organizing the pharmacy.

Example of our daily set up for filling prescriptions.

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