The Sihora Clinic is a 10,000 square foot, 20 bedded medical facility run by the Sihora Fellowship, a dedicated group of missionary men and women who are serving the people in Central India
Why Medical Mission?
Potential to impact 100,000 villagers
The area is heavily influenced by Tribal medical practices
The clinic serves all people in spite of the unrest between religious groups
Healthcare ministries will be the least impacted by government interference
Remodeled Nurse’s Kitchen
Initial Solar Panel Installation
Exterior Clinic Wall Painting
Medical Instrument Purchases
Sihora fellowship is a group of 18 men and women who are dedicated to serving the people of Sihora, MP (India)
Below are the areas of ministry the Sihora Fellowship engages in:
Low cost/no cost outpatient services for common ailments. 10,000 Sq Feet facility has many rooms ready for use. Large multipurpose room for community outreach activities
Offering primary education to village children, with a math and language arts foundation to improve employability. Curriculum and textbooks provided for free
The Evangelism school is a 2 year program for young men to learn how to interpret the Word and communicate the gospel to the predominantly Hindu population
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How we started
Friends of Sihora Clinic (FOSC) started in 2013, through a friendship between Lynn Kuehn and the staff at the Sihora Clinic. The friendship developed into a partnership of support and encouragement, enabling the clinic to grow and reach more people....