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Reports From Haiti Day 10

The cardboard box incubator really got me when I attempt to picture what this scene in Haiti must look like. Wow! Only in Haiti… Is there a chicken running around in the ICU for an hour before anyone (myself included)

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Reports from Haiti Day 7

Sorry I haven’t brought you updates in a while.  I have several daily reports from a generous member of my church,  Mt. Zion Lutheran Church, so I will aim to post one or two a day in order to catch

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Reports from Haiti Day 3

Hi All, At some point every day so far the thought has crossed my mind that the hospital has to be the closest thing to hell on earth that I have ever seen: everyone and everything is dripping in sweat and grime,

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Reports from Haiti Day 2

Today flew by. I spent most of it sorting and organizing supplies. And the rest of it helping to dismantle some of the huge tents that were once hospital units, but are no longer needed. That allowed me to be outside and explore the hospital grounds a bit. In my travels I discovered a few more interesting aspects of University Hospital:

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