A recent story from Tom Sutherlands illustrates just how important our work in India is.
Tom was approached by a family of a girl in the hospital. She had been bitten by a viper, and had been lying in her hospital bed for three weeks without any improvement. A course of three injections had been prescribed, but the family was unable to afford the cost - Rs. 3860 (about £40) each. Using some of the money we send out each month, Tom was able to buy a single injection, and the change was dramatic - she was soon sitting up in bed and eating. I have said that we will pay for the other two injections as well, confident that the funds for this, and all our other work, will come in.