From Haiti

Our Work in Haiti: The Impact

By James S. Gordon MD

The people you see in this video are our brothers and sisters. We bring them hope for healing the terrible losses they experienced in the January 2010 earthquake. Their unaffected courage, their warmth, joy and humor as they learn to heal themselves give me hope for all of us.

I very much look forward to reading your comments.

 

This is the first of a new series of videos that we’ll be sharing about our work in Haiti.

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Amazing Graces: Days Two, Three, and Four

By James S. Gordon MD

The Missing Twin: Part One

The loss of life here in Jacmel is far less than in Port-au-Prince but the burden is still heavy. There are of course the ordinary deaths that come with age, and the losses of younger people cut down by accident, sudden illness, or murder. And in the background for everyone in this coastal city, and all the surrounding communities, as well as in Port-au-Prince, is the tide of losses that came with the January 2010 earthquake. The deaths of children seem the hardest to bear.

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