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Rita's Trip to Afghanistan
A woman in a burqa shopping on a muddy street in Kabul.
The administrative building of Kabul zoo. This building is still in use. It is possible to still see the bullet holes left over from decades of conflict.
Rita visiting with the governor of Logar, General Lodin. He told her of the great need of a hospital in Logar. He is willing to donate the land for the hospital; however, he does not have the money to build it. The hospital would serve about 50,000 people, so they would not have to go to Kabul for medical care.
Rita arriving at the Logar clinic.
Women in burqas waiting to be seen by a doctor at the Logar clinic. Patients are only seen if medications are available.
Male patient inside the Logar clinic receiving IV fluids.
Outside of the Logar clinic.
Dr.Foushanji and several doctors from Logar checking out the water level in the river. Spring of 2005 ended a 7 year drought in Afghanistan.

First shipment arrives in Afghanistan
A large group of women and children gathered to receive the shipment of donations sent by Isabella’s Little Miracles.
A young volunteer helps with distribution of the donations.
Each family must register before receiving donations to ensure that the distribution is fair.
Children eagerly wait to receive the clothing and toys that the generous people of Casper have given.
After registering, the women and children wait for the donations to be handed out.
Dr.Foushanji hands out the donations to the waiting families. The bags contained a variety of adult and child clothing, toys, blankets, and other goods.
A group of children display the bags of donations that they received.
A group of women display the bags of donations that they received.

Ron and Rita's first trip to Mexico
Dr. Jesus Ferrera displays the incubator donated by Isabella's Little Miracles.
Dr. Ron Iverson stands next to the donated incubator.
Rita holds up a newborn baby that was born in the clinic.
The Red Cross clinic in Villa Flores where Ron and Rita worked with Dr. Ferrera for two weeks.
Rita helps clean one of the clinic exam beds.
The plaque dedicating the nursery to the memory of Isabella.
Rita holding Dr. Ferrera’s daughter, Naomi.

During a much needed day off, Dr. Ferrera takes Ron and Rita into Tuxtla Gutierrez, the capitol of Chiapas.

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