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Direct Relief local programs manager, Martha Angeles (right), teaches local students brushing and flossing techniques.
Direct Relief is monitoring the flooding using Palantir technology. Purple areas show affected states, red shows areas where landslides and flooding have occurred.
The clinician Mr. Sembo (far left) and hospital charge nurse accompanying the Deputy Minister of Heath and UNFPA representative during the a visit in the fistula ward. Photo courtesy of UNFPA.
Haitian providers receiving their certificates.
Since the fistula ward opened in January, more than 57 life-changing repair surgeries have been performed.