Four Images, Four Scenes and Four Worlds

Curahuasi is the anis capital of the world. Most campesinos live from farming. They harvest twice a year. The most important crop is anis. After the harvest it needs to be cleaned.

Two thirds of highland Quechuas do not receive the medical care they need. Almost everyday, people knockat the Johns’ door looking for help.

In the hospital workshop, the two members of the Kaltenbach company are getting things ready.

Jean-Pierre Schlageter and Jonathan Lenz are well organized. Within in four weeks, they plan to be finished with their assembly work.

The church building is growing. It’s designed as a multifunctional room that can hold 200 people. As of April next year, events such as medical conferences, celebrations and of course worship services can take place here.