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Edith, a member of the medical trip team, presents Father Moise with a stoll.

Partnership means working together

After a two year pause in staging trips to Jeannette, the Haiti Project heads back to share the daily work of our friends at the health clinic. The team helped clinic staff which raised the capacity of patients being seen. Monday's clinic hours alone saw 40 patients. 

This group will work a total of three and a half days at the clinic and preform other tasks in the community. So far, they have met with students at St. Marc's school to provide fluoride treatments and distribute toothbrushes for the children. Another priority for the team was to deliver an autoclave (sterilizer) to the clinic; this special request was provided by a special grant from Seton Catholic Schools. 

We are so grateful to be able to return to Jeannette to continue to build this partnership. Stay tuned for more updates from the medical trip team. 

Working together.
This is what partnership is all about! 
Size and age are unimportant, the only thing required is a common goal and a willingness to do the work.
Thank you for your support of the Haiti Project mission.
You make it all possible. 
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