The USA Today published an article contributed by Rick Nelson, the interim director and a consultant with the Honduran Moravian Church and Alas de Socorro, a missionary air service. The article highlights the importance of the Clínica Evangélica Morava to the predominantly Mískito population it serves. The clinic has served these people for over 70 years, having just celebrated its 71st anniversary in June. Despite the difficulties that the clinic has experienced in the last couple of years, it continues to be a vital source of lifesaving work for the community.
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