Every year there are 30.000 new cases of Tuberculosis in Papua New Guinea. Only half of them are medically taken care of. For a population of 7, 6 Million only 600 doctors are available. In rural areas medicine always runs out – especially during the Malaria – season. From Sam’s village in the province of New Ireland, it is a 130 km distance to the next hospital. Many women and their babies die during delivery. It is our heart to improve the health-care in New Ireland by setting up a bush clinic in Sam’s village.