Yet Another Medical Mission Sabotaged by Sandinistas in Nicaragua
I recently read about yet another medical mission to Nicaragua that was sabotaged by the incompetent and vengeful Sandinista organized crime ring controlling that country: New Orleans Medical Mission Services Nicaragua Recap.
I'd say a majority of the of the medical and humanitarian work in Nicaragua has major problems of a similar nature (although they aren't always recognized as being due to the incompetent leaders - sometimes it's blamed on poverty, such as in this instance).
It is difficult to help a group of people who allow themselves to be led by crooks without a conscience. That doesn't mean nesessarily that we shouldn't try, I suppose. Or then again maybe it does. Anyone else have an opinion on that?