NGO leaders and UN coordinators come together to discuss the emotional, psychological, and social needs of the close to 2 million people who have lost family members and/or been displaced by the earthquake.
Pierre Dumas, bishop of the Diocese Anse-a-veau/Miragoane and president of the Catholic Church’s service arm, invites CMBM to present its method of healing trauma to Haiti’s religious leaders.
During a workshop centered on drawing, students sketch the houses they lost during the earthquake.
Exploring partnerships in Port-au-Prince, and conducting workshops for kids and caregivers.
Dr. Gordon speaks on NPR’s “Talk of the Nation” regarding the medical situation in Haiti, and his mission to help Haitians heal.
Barth Green, Chairman of the Department of Neurosurgery at the University of Miami Medical School, leads Project Medishare in Haiti. Along with the US based Partners in Health and the Haitian Ministry, he brings good primary care to the Haitian countryside.
The team visits a make-shift hospital in Haiti to speak with survivors and hear their stories.
Hundreds gather at the Champs de Mars to praise God while the Haitian president and preachers share a message of strength, faith, and community.
Families who lost their homes now live in tents provided by the French Red Cross.
Our approach combines mind-body techniques such as meditation, guided imagery, biofeedback, and yoga, self-expression in words, drawings, and movement, and small group support.