The New Foundations Christian Medical Mission is now in its 13th year providing primary care programmes and training local community health workers in the marginalised communities of the Niger Delta, treating up to 6,000 patients a year. Government clinics in this region are mostly without staff, and without maintenance are gradually mulching down as the jungle reclaims them. New Foundations have renovated three and are starting the fourth, providing a simple clinic base, putting in a borehole, and some simple solar power. 2015 saw another container of equipment shipped for these clinics with support from Medical Missionary News. As a small Mission this support makes the difference between a usable, properly equipped centre and something very much ‘make-do’. There is no available medical equipment locally to source, so new beds, mattresses, and clinic furniture shipped from overseas has proved vital.