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"The present staff of the Christian Mobile Clinic staff. From left: Dr. William Robinson; Mr. John Ngoe, interpreter; Miss Deborah Brown, R. N.; Mrs. Akon Ekong, dispenser; Miss Nancy Leslie, R. N.; Mr. Samuel Nanje, technician; and Dr. Dan Blazer." This is a group photograph of "The Christian Mobile Clinic" a ministry of Churches of Christ. The ministry began in 1969 by Drs. David Willbanks and Ken Yearwood. Four days a week they would load their British Land Rover with medicines and necessary medical equipment to treat individuals in the area surrounding Kumba. Their goal was to carry medical care to the poorest people in the area who had no access to "modern" medicine.

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Jimmie Lovell Papers, Center for Restoration Studies, Milliken Special Collections, Abilene Christian University, Abilene, Texas.

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clergy, Religious Communities, men, women, Religious Practice, Humanitarian assistance, Motor vehicles

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