Milot, Haiti

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Progress in Milot

Once upon a time, long ago, there were a series of potholes interrupted by a road which lead from Cap-Haïtien to Hôpital Sacré Coeur in the historic town of Milot. Read More

The Funeral of Madame Victoire

Chapter excerpt from the book, In the Valley of Atibon printed with permission from the author. Read More
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Death in Haiti

Honoring the deceased is incredibly important to the Haitian people. Haitians celebrate their culture by giving thanks those who have lived before them. Read More
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Sans Souci Palace

Sans Souci Palace, with its Baroque staircase and classical terraces, stands as magnificent remains of a once splendid palace. Recognized for its immense gardens, the palace grounds are reminiscent of the stepped gardens of... Read More
This Haitian asked us to take his photo – he was proud of his style.

Fashion in Haiti

When thinking about fashion, places like Paris, London, and New York and fancy buzzwords like “couture” or “glamour” come to mind. So it was interesting for me to discover that a growing fashion industry... Read More
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Christmas at Hôpital Sacré Coeur

Christmas 2013 was a particularly joyous and giving time at Hôpital Sacré Coeur. It all began with the decoration of the campus with Christmas colors and images, somewhat unusual in Haiti but commonplace in... Read More

Feast of the Immaculate Conception

December 9th 2013 marked the feast of the Immaculate Conception, one of the biggest holidays in Haiti. Read More
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Induction of the Milot Crew

Michael Maron, CRUDEM President & Holy Name Medical Center CEO & President, surprised and delighted local vendors with gifts of custom made T-shirts, during his recent trip. Read More
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On the Move!

Young Milot girls ready themselves with giggles and smiles as they set out to conquer the world via tap tap. Read More
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Safe under a Mother’s Protective Gaze

A mother enjoys a moment of quiet reflection and rest with her twins while sitting in the Hôpital Sacré Coeur’s Our Lady of Children Garden. Read More