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  • Hunters Helping To Build Schools In Africa – Sporting Classics Daily

     Charles updated 10 months, 1 week ago 1 Member · 1 Post
  • Charles

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    December 16, 2019 at 4:11 pm

    Hunters Helping To Build Schools In Africa

    Dec 11, 2019 | by Jameson Parker | Safari Classics
    Dr. Peter Nalos is a cardiologist and evangelist minister in Bakersfield, California. He is—or was—also a serious big game hunter with countless trophies and awards and records to his name. While he has hunted widely in many different countries, he—like so many other men before him—fell in love with Africa, returning over and over again.
    In Zimbabwe, on his first African safari, he took with him a bag filled with $13,000 worth of medical supplies. With no idea of what he might encounter, he decided, quite randomly, to fill the bag with antibiotics and pediatric rehydration kits. He landed in the Omay region of the Zambezi Valley in the middle of a cholera outbreak where antibiotics and pediatric rehydration kits were desperately needed. As an evangelist minister, the serendipity was not lost on him.
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    photo credit: In a happier setting, Dr. Nalos poses with several children of the Mursi tribe in Ethiopia’s Omo Valley.

    Hunters Helping To Build Schools In Africa – Sporting Classics Daily

    In addition to providing much-needed protein and money to remote areas, hunters help local communities by building things such as schools and clinics.

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