MMN Mar 2022 Mag - online - Flipbook - Page 2
support have written about
their involvement in healthcare
training and the impact it is having
in the communities they support.
We will also explore MMN’s
support towards training and our
involvement in the Global Track
programme, which engages and
equips young medical professionals to explore how they can
be involved in global mission.
Another way we try to support
medical training is through the
provision of funding for medical professionals in the field.
Aspiring doctors, nurses and
who have a good
foundation of faith are offered
support through their training, in
the hope that they can then be a
blessing to mission hospitals in the
field. Through this magazine we
share a number of testimonies of
those who have undergone training or who are currently training.
Abel Chikuta grew up in the Loloma area, Zambia.
He did exceptionally well at the local high school,
and also showed a good spiritual desire in the work
of the Lord. He was the first person selected for
the CMML sponsorship programme, which MMN
contribute towards, and did very well in his medical training. After completing his internship, he was
posted to Loloma Hospital, just over a year ago,
where he works alongside the two other doctors.
They have been very happy to have him, as he is both
very committed to his work and also a good spiritual
help in both the hospital and the local assembly.