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Giving Up Doing

So I hear it’s Lent. I don’t mean that rudely, I just mean that everywhere I turn someone is talking about what they have “given up” for Lent. I myself have never participated in the ‘giving up’ and I fully attribute that to my stubbornness (just ask my husband,...

Earning a Living

We donated an ancient ECG machine to the CCU (critical care unit) at Justinian in 2013. The thing is a beast but it is a workhorse. To our best estimate, by guessing how many sheets of ECG paper we have brought down with us, it has done over 1000 ECGs for the hospital...

3 Days Old

This beautiful little girl is 3 days old. She was brought to Hopital Sacre Couer by her mother who was unable to feed her due to a small benign tumor along her bottom gumline. It was Friday and we were finishing our scheduled cases and beginning to clean up when she...

The Price of Misunderstanding

Every time we arrive in Cap-Haitien it feels as if we witnessing a rapid evolution. Perhaps evolution is not the correct word as I am referring not to biology but to infrastructure and technology. The Cap-Haitien airport crawls its way to modernization. First it was...

Citizens of the World Launches New Website

We are so excited to have our website in order to have a living document that allows us to speak to and listen to our audience (YOU!). We have been working very hard to make this website a tool for our audience to contact us, learn about Haiti, learn about us, and...

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