Editorials

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Crazy, Potent Notions

Hôpital Sacré Coeur was born from a series of very crazy ideas. Read More
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Right Now.

Right now, some child walks the fine, treacherous line between having a parent and becoming an orphan. Their mother or father harbors a silent, deadly disease; a runaway infection, or an improperly tended injury.... Read More

The Boy Next Door

The cinder block house under construction, with its exposed girders, was too tempting a climbing challenge to pass by a 6 year old boy in search of adventure. Read More

Bat Tenèb: Beating Back the Darkness

Women’s voices command attention as they urge for social, medical and economic policies which include the particularities of women’s lives. While in Haiti, the woman’s story plays out like a reset to the 1800s. Read More

Finding Kinship in the Face of Difference

Why must we choose between Haitian and Gulf Coast hurricane victims? Aren’t our hearts, resources and ingenuity great enough to respond to the suffering endured in two or more locales? Read More

Can We Fix It?

In Haiti, the question leaves the tongues of many foreign visitors within seconds of their arrival. Their passionate desire to help, firms up long before their muddy footprints become embedded in the landscape. Read More

Partnering for Empowerment

While the daily distractions and irritations of life can chip away at people’s spirits, the full blown tragedies often suck the very life right out of them. Read More

The Birth of a Calling

The tiny hospital, nestled in a crib of possibilities and fed with the best dreams of its international mix of parents, challenged the daunting tempest of environmental, political and social threats that hovered about... Read More

The Gift of Magdalene

One of six children, Magdalene lives in suffocating, extreme poverty with her parents, five siblings and blind grandparents. If you have visited Haiti, you can imagine her world. Read More