Haiti in February 2011

Why do I always come to Haiti when the demonstrations are about to happen? We are awaiting the news of the runoff candidates, if the results include Jude Celestin (Preval’s candidate) there will be trouble in the streets. We were … Read More

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Donations for Haiti Relief Work

If you wish to donate for the work we are doing in Haiti, please go to the Homeopaths Without Borders website. Your donations will be used to fund further trips to Haiti for teaching and running clinics. Most of the … Read More

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In Haiti with Homeopaths Without Borders

This is our last day of this trip to Port Au Prince. I am in Haiti with the organization Homeopaths Without Borders. We can always use your donations to further the work here in Haiti, click here if you wish … Read More

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Shopping in Petionville

Well, I neglected to write anything last night because we were trying to set up a meeting for Friday with a local orphanage, and I was just too tired to write anything. So here goes, a 2 day summary…. Yesterday … Read More

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Teaching at Notre Dame

Woke up today and found out we had one volunteer go down to food poisoning, she was up all night with it. This is when you are happy to be with a group of homeopaths, because we have plenty of … Read More

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November in Haiti

I arrived in Port au Prince on Sunday morning to a sunny, cool day. I can’t believe how much cooler it is this month than in September, really comfortable temperature in the 80’s during the day and 70 ‘s at … Read More

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Haiti September 2010- II

Today was the class for nurses at Notre Dame School for Nursing which started at 9am. We had not confirmed the details of the class so did not really know what to expect for the size of the class or … Read More

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Second trip to Haiti Sept 2010

I am back in Port au Prince for 4 days to continue the work started back in July with St. Vincent’s and the nursing schools. We started the week at St. Vincent’s School for the Handicapped, where we had run … Read More

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Final day in Haiti

Unfortunately, I was not feeling well at all on this last day of our work in Haiti. I had been up all night with gastric problems, and was really wiped out. However, I did manage to work the whole day, … Read More

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Day 4 in Haiti

Yesterday was our first clinic at St. Vincent’s school for the handicapped. Arriving in the rain, which happens almost every afternoon here in Haiti, we quickly set up our medicines, books, and supplies in the upstairs clinic space. The kids … Read More

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