Our Work in Haiti: The Healing

Lee-Ann GallaranoHaiti, Trauma0 Comments

By Lee-Ann Gallarano

“CMBM believes we have the ability to rebuild ourselves”. Take a minute to breathe with Jean Nervian Batichon – banana farmer, community leader, devoted son and part of our CMBM family in Jacmel. He shows us how CMBM helped him find the internal strength to care for himself and those he loves.

About the Author

Lee-Ann Gallarano

Lee-Ann is a world wanderer, fearless food taster, returned Peace Corps Volunteer, and manager of the Global Trauma Relief Programs for CMBM.

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