Pigeon Cay is an island off the shore of Utila, Honduras, that was populated when the survivors of the African Garifuna slave ships ran ashore in the 1500’s. This cay has a population of approximately 900 people. They live on houses sticking out of the reef. There are no roads, just a sidewalk from one end to the other and boat docks.
Gayle Davidson has a mission, to be able to serve as many people in her lifetime as possible. She especially seeks out those who have no way to receive medical attention, or who have not received it in a long time. She was able to go on to Pigeon Cay, Honduras from October 15-21st, 2019, and with her brought enough medicine to last six months on the island, as well as training information to help the people. During her stay, she was able to be present at the Breast Cancer Awareness walk that the island held.
“It was a great pleasure to serve these people’s medical needs. They spoke “island” which is a Caribbean English. It was so nice to be able to fully communicate with all the patients that I attended while visiting. We hope to continue to support this off the map location in the future.” -Gayle Davidson
To learn more about Gayle and medical work she does go to: https://www.clinicofmyhope.org/