Posts Tagged Haiti

A Nurse Who’s More Than a Nurse to Children in Haiti #HelptheHelpers

By Monday morning, it was clear from the painful swelling in Don’s face that something was wrong. The fifth grader’s jaw and […]

Opening the Door for Haiti: A Conversation with Father Rick Frechette

A knock on the door of Father Rick Frechette’s home in Haiti could mean many things. It is often someone in medical […]

Protecting Front-Line Health Workers from Infectious Disease in Rural Haiti #HelptheHelpers

In early December, a little boy arrived at the gates of St. Boniface Hospital nestled between his mother and father on a […]

The Challenge of Bringing Humanitarian Aid into Places of Conflict

How do you send a package to someone you don’t know, who has no address in an area with no government infrastructure […]

Haiti Receives 82 Tons of Urgently Needed Medical Aid

SANTA BARBARA, Calif., Dec. 28, 2016 – Direct Relief today airlifted 82 tons of medical aid to Haiti to help treat cholera […]

Hurricane Matthew: The Response Continues

More than a month has passed since Hurricane Matthew roared through the Caribbean and the U.S., devastating entire communities. The full extent […]