In 1957 freshly qualified nurse and Wec missionary Lily Gaynor set sail for Guinea-Bissau, to live among the Papel tribe. Tuberculosis, malaria, and typhoid were rife. Children were grossly malnourished; witch doctors flourished. Lily set up a clinic under the mango trees, administering penicillin (‘God’s needle’).

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In 1957 freshly qualified nurse and WEC missionary Lily Gaynor set sail for Guinea-Bissau, to live among the Papel tribe. Tuberculosis, malaria, and typhoid were rife. Children were grossly malnourished; witch doctors flourished. Lily set up a clinic under the mango trees, administering penicillin – ‘God’s needle’. – See more at: http://www.lionhudson.com/display.asp?k=9780857214560#sthash.59uIxGv2.dpuf
In 1957 freshly qualified nurse and WEC missionary Lily Gaynor set sail for Guinea-Bissau, to live among the Papel tribe. Tuberculosis, malaria, and typhoid were rife. Children were grossly malnourished; witch doctors flourished. Lily set up a clinic under the mango trees, administering penicillin – ‘God’s needle’. – See more at: http://www.lionhudson.com/display.asp?k=9780857214560#sthash.59uIxGv2.dpuf