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Ellisa & Jason Krumm

About Ellisa & Jason Krumm

As a family medicine physician with specialized obstetrical training, Ellisa will work in several different capacities at Soddo Christian Hospital. She will have clinical work in the OB department to train Ethiopian mid-wife staff and PAACS medical residents. In addition, the Ethiopian medical community has requested a Family Practice Residency be started at Soddo in the coming years.

As an architect, Jason will be working with Msaada, a non-proft, faith-based architectural firm that designs churches, schools & hospitals in the developing world. Founded in 1980 in Tanzania, Msaada has designed over 1,000 projects in 29 countries. Msaada, which means assistance in Swahili, also designed several projects for Soddo Christian Hospital.

Please visit kfamabroad.com to read more about Elisa & Jason’s story and upcoming service at Soddo Christian Hospital in Ethiopia.

Donations can be sent by mail to: Christian Health Service Corps PO Box 132 Fruitvale, TX 75127
Write “Missionary 0193″ in the note of the check.”
Location
Ethiopia
Occupation
MD – Family Medicine & OB
Organization
Soddo Christian Hospital

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