I spent the last four days out in Kisonga, Ezekiel’s village, where the team set up a medicine clinic. Being non-clinical, I could only observe from afar what the nurses and doctors were experiencing first hand. The simple things we westeners take for granted – the medicines we readily buy at a pharmacist, minor ailments that are immediately treated, and a choice of doctors – are priceless here in Africa. I wish we could do more. But if we are able to improve the quality of life for just one person, I feel we have accomplished our mission.