Peggy has visited PPES several times, the most recent visit in March 2016. During that visit, she helped set up and organize the new medical center. Peggy and her colleague, Ray Whalen, also taught basic first aid to 10 teachers and 5 selected students, and to 15 women from the village self-help group.
Peggy says she was very impressed with the progress the school has made since her previous visit in 2007 and was so inspired by the good work and excellent care being given at the new medical center. She feels that having this new medical resource on campus will improve the quality of life for the students and staff of PPES, and the local villagers, who will receive compassionate, timely and appropriate care.