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Please pray for and help support Laura!

Now that we are home, we have an opportunity to continue to pray for the efforts of those that stay behind to run the show. In addition to prayer, I would like to ask for your help in buying a

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Hanging out

Glad I had the chance to step away from the patients and the pharmacy for a little while to hang out and play with the kids we saw and that came to visit everyday.  They are filled with so much

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Out of her shell;)

Believe it or not, the little one on the right had to be coaxed out of the bushes on the first day of clinic. Her mom would not allow her to be treated, unsure why, but after she was convinced

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Gone Tomorrow

One of my favorite parts in working at the clinic is giving children their single-dose anti-infective medicine – in PEANUT BUTTER! Only one of over a dozen children I gave this to didn’t absolutely love it. It was so much

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Hard to believe….

There are many things that are hard to believe in Haiti, but the hardest right now is that it is coming to an end. Today was beautiful in so many ways….. from the kids who came to say goodbye after

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One more day

It was a day  of joy and sadness, like so many others here.  Joys at being able to help so many, to talk with those living in Mt Fleurie and to laugh with the kids there along with the translators

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Many needs…….many hands

The highlight of my day was seeing the look on a severely malnourished woman with a BG of 62 take her first sip of ensure! The look on her face will sustain me for a long time to come. We

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First Day of the Clinic

It was an absolute blessing to be here today.  The translators who work with CCH, along with Rubinste, the director in Haiti, have tremendous joy at their work along with love and respect for the people they are helping. Today

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Mikenson Takes His First Steps

Some very cool work that CCH, our parent organization, is doing in Haiti.  

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Back from Haiti

We had a very successful trip to Haiti this year.  We saw 383 patients in our temporary clinic in Chabin.  The diseases varied widely; a large portion of the patients were anemic, many had parasitic or bacterial infections.   We filled

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