Oswego, NY – In the middle of the Sudan - one of the world's poorest places - a health clinic is saving lives. That health clinic was built by a refugee from Sudan's brutal ethnic war - John Dau.He settled in Skaneateles, given refuge by the members of Skaneateles Presbyterian church. Church members wanted to do something to help those left behind. So they, and John Dau, funded the construction of a health clinic in a small village in Sudan. Recently, a freelance journalist and Utica college professor, David Chanatry traveled to the clinic with a local doctor who treats patients at the clinic.Chantry gives us the view of someone seeing this project for the first time.