Posts Tagged Haiti

Midwives Create Safe Haven for Women and Babies in Southwestern Haiti

When she walks through the clinic doors of the Maison de Naissance clinic each morning, Imene Rigeur doesn’t know exactly what the […]

The Right Medicines at the Right Time Protect Vulnerable Babies in Haiti

Dr. Rony Saint-Fleur works to treat the smallest patients at Justinian University Hospital, babies so small that an infection could prove deadly […]

As Hurricane Irma Approaches, Life-saving Medicine Staged Across Florida, Caribbean

As Hurricane Irma advances, Direct Relief is communicating with the Florida Association of Community Health Centers, as well as the Asociacion de […]

On Heels of Harvey, Direct Relief Readies Response to Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Irma, now a life-threatening Category 5 hurricane, continues to gather strength in the Caribbean. As the storm barrels northward, communities from […]

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 […]