Duplex Debbie Building Project

The “Duplex Debbie” Building Project is going up! This project will provide needed short term missionary housing.

The small building below was our first sterilization building.

It is now part of our new duplex homes to be used by the short term missionaries.

“Duplex Debbie” was my smart little wife’s idea. She also developed the building plans, made our needs for this project known, prayed, and found the funds.

The Lord blessed her efforts and guided her and our building team through the building process in record time.

The roof going up on Debbie’s duplex.
Debbie’s duplex 

Time to install the doors, windows burglar bars and screened porches.

The Bible mentioned that it’s not good to put old wine in new wineskins. We would prefer to be putting a new ambulance in this new vehicle shed instead of our old one, but we were passed over last year when ambulances were given by the government.

Our latest building site.

And another of Debbie’s trees bites the dust.

This block of buildings will house the new Ultra Sound room, well-baby clinic, and vaccination room. There will be a covered waiting room for these patients as well as for X-ray patients.

The X-ray department is also being enlarged and improved. The new X-ray equipment should be functioning next month. 

The entire hospital team of 90 full-time employees and the 20 temporary construction workers are excited to see G2 “movin on up.”

We will have a little celebration when the newly renovated and enlarged labor and delivery department is dedicated next week to the Lord.

Many thanks to those of you who have given to or prayed about any of these projects. 

May the Lord bless you. 
Bert and Debbie Oubre

Urgent Need: Donate Toward New Labor & Delivery Tables

I (Debbie) have a cause I would love to share and have people donate towards.

I have been a Labor and Delivery nurse for over 37 years. I wouldn’t work anywhere else!

Here in Chad (where Guinebor 2 Hospital is located), maternal and infant mortality is one of the highest in the world (top 5 in the world).

We work and strive to deliver the best maternal/infant care possible. We deliver an average of 150 babies/month.

Our current delivery tables need to be replaced as we have recovered them many times. If a patient moves down too far on the table they can fall off. And we can’t put the back up anymore. Etc.

Would you be willing to help us by donating money toward buying at least 2 new tables? We really need 4 new tables.

Each new table costs about $1,000.

Email us at b.oubre(at)crossover(dot)global if you want to give to this great cause!

Debbie Oubre