|Miss Leda, consulting one of the many patients that she sees each day|
|Miss Joselaine with a patient and a young nursing student that volunteered for a couple weeks and Bridgette in the background cutting gauze.|
|Doc consulting a patient|
|Zitha, Rachel, and Mdm Leger keeping up in the pharmacy|
|Direk at the front desk is very pleased to finally have a mic hooked in to the PA system so he no longer has to shout above the noise outside to call people to the window.|
|Ellamae and Alyssa busy at their respective jobs. ( I know, not a great photo but it's what I had!)|
|counting and bagging meds in the gazebo, one of our favorite evening pastimes!|
During one of our clinic mornings last week a very pregnant lady strode in saying she was in labor. Approximately an hour later she delivered a very alert little girl who rolled over on her side within 10 minutes of birth and was scowling at everything around her. I had to get a couple pics of the faces she was making!
|5 minutes after being born, this little gal doesn't seem impressed by the world|
|A better picture of the same baby|
There is still a nationwide doctors' strike going on in many of the state run hospitals in Haiti. I hope and pray that once the presidential elections have been accomplished the government will finally turn it's attention towards it's broken healthcare system. Until then, we will continue to try to fill in the gaps along with the other charitable and non government organizations here.
Please keep us in your prayers!