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Every patient receives free meds but this is becoming more difficult to accomplish as the value of the Haitian $ falls. Please consider a monthly monetary donation for meds. Every dollar counts and goes a very long way!

http://realhopeforhaiti.org/can-you-give-for-meds-each-month/

http://thinkprogress.org/world/2016/04/15/3769857/haiti-farmers/

Not only a glimpse of the RHFH clinic,  but also a snapshot of the life of the precious patients.

http://realhopeforhaiti.org/whats-been-happening-in-the-clinic/

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10208832785687443&id=1547867910

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=626630477352576&id=160773663938262

http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/feature/2015/03/12/four-things-you-need-to-know-about-education-in-haiti

http://restavekfreedom.tumblr.com/post/133466513043/welcome-home

This is an eye opening article.

http://www.newyorker.com/tech/elements/haitis-shadow-sanitation-system

Haiti is on EST, barely. I think its as far east as you can be in this time zone. It may be tropical, but its completely dark at 6.

Cazale is a good size town located a river valley in the mountains. Its about 35 miles NE of Port au Prince. After you turn off the pavement, your go very slowly over the roughest road you can imagine for about ±30 minutes. The bone jarring, teeth rattling, dirt and rock road is an adventure in itself. Its impossible to stay seated on the benches in the back of the truck. Well you could try but it wouldn’t end well. So you stand, feet firmly planted, knees slightly bent and hold on……tight!

 

 

Life in the Haitian Countryside – Restavek Freedom Foundation.

Follow the link for a glimpse of life in the rural areas of Haiti.

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