Since 2011 KMI has led ten (10) medical clinics in Uganda for the Sabini Tribe, has participated in two (2) medical clinics in Tanzania for the Maasai Tribe, and helped with one (1) medical clinic in South Sudan for the Murle Tribe. KMI clinics consist of licensed medical practitioners---Physicians, Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses, Physician’s Assistants, and Health Instructors---who diagnose, prescribe, and treat dozens of people each day.
KMI practitioners use modern medical methods, and always work within the medical guidelines of the country where they practice.
KMI provides the needed medications for the clinics. Medications are purchased within the country being served. Each yearly clinic lasts for five (5) days, and operates cooperatively within the structure set up by the local leaders of the people being served.
KMI also served on a 2-week floating medical clinic, helping remote islanders in the Fiji Islands.