In the Media

Milot, Haiti is a Piece of Paradise

"I would describe Milot as a piece of Paradise", Dr. Previl says. "Or even as a pearl that needs to be discovered". Milot is a beautiful small town in Northern Haiti, but the people... Read More
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Thinking Globally – More Than a Partnership-New Business Model in Haiti, Too

An extraordinary scenario is unfolding in the mountains of northern Haiti. It's not your classic medical miracle, but, then again, it's all that and more. Read More

Predisposed to Help

"There are challenges in developing countries just getting the economics, raw materials and skill sets together," says David Martin, a Duke Realty vice president and team leader of the CareLink program. "During the past... Read More

Haitians Speak About Their Country

Though faced with widespread unemployment and poverty, Haitians remain strong, resilient, and hopeful for the future. Read More

To Haiti and Back: New Beginnings, on New Legs

Admantha Lizaire is a pretty typical twenty-something. She enjoys watching music videos and has plans to return to school soon to study cosmetology. Read More

To Haiti and Back: A Family Affair

Among the army of volunteers already in the trenches at Hopital Sacre Coeur when the "North State for Haiti" team arrived in Milot, was sixteen-year-old, Bay Area teenager, Rebekah Ryan Read More

To Haiti and Back: Au Revoir, Haiti

The "North State for Haiti" team should have known we were out of our element the minute we turned the corner into the waiting area at Miami International Airport to board our flight to... Read More

To Haiti and Back: Milot’s Tent City

After the January 12 earthquake struck the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince, the population swelled in the sleepy town of Milot, the "North State for Haiti" team's week-long home base. Read More

To Haiti and Back: Toto, We’re Not in Redding Anymore

Clearly, a fairy godmother has been watching over the "North State for Haiti" team since we left Redding on Tuesday. Read More

Doctor recalls agony in Haiti

Two weeks removed from a trip to earthquake-ravaged Haiti, the images remain stamped on Dr. Dominick Grosso's mind. They are stark, compelling and haunting. Read More