Monthly Archives: March 2012

Packed Up

I can’t believe it’s over, and I can’t believe it happened in the first place. Now that we’re back, talking about the time there seems more difficult.  It was busy the last day.  We had two doctors during the whole

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We have a dokte…again!

I don’t know what’s better; that we were able to see 81 people or that breakfast was done before we had to drive up the mountain.  Ok, as good as breakfast was, seeing 81 patients was incredible!  Some of the

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Yesterday

Yesterday was the best of times and the worst of times.  We were able to see 61 patients, which was great.  But while it was busy, nobody was watching the door and over fifty extra people walked in.   There was

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IT WORKED!

Real patients! Today was incredible.  The part where we were waiting for the doctor and not knowing he would arrive wasn’t fun, but he did arrive at noon, and was willing to stay a little bit longer.  As we expected,

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Waiting for Chabin

It was another day waiting for the clinic to start.  We had church twice, once with Pastor Placide from Lifeline Haiti, and then with a group of people involved with and running NGOs that were down at the beach.  It

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While we were networking…

The team discussing access issues for the clinic in Chabin. After seeing the hospital and securing a doc and vaccines for the clinic Monday, we needed to network with another doc who could have helped us.  It turns out his

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We Made It

Driving from PAP airport to Jacmel.  15 minutes  by plane, 5 hours by road We made it!  It is beautiful and warm, which makes it feel like a vacation.  Except for the long long drive, but even with being a

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