We Are Making A Difference

Today we saw 216 patients at the FOTCOH clinic.   I am amazed by how the patients present versus five years ago (the last time I was here).   They have less life threatening infections, controlled diabetes and hypertension and repeated well child checks. What I am trying to say is that one can visually see the increased health status […]

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God Is Guiding Us Here

Third day of clinic. Yesterday was a rough day. We saw a one month old baby that was severely dehydrated & malnourished. I fed this baby with Angela’s help with an eye dropper a very small amount of formula. The family was from Cap Rouge in the mountains & far from Jacmel. Please pray for […]

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Another Baby Thrives

Malnutrition is a prominent problem in Haiti.  As a member of the FOTCOH medical mission team, I am privileged to enroll undernourished children in the Medika Mamba (nutrient-dense peanut butter medicine) program and graduate children who have successfully completed the program. One of the patients I have enrolled this mission is a 7.5 month old male weighing 12 […]

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My Cup Runneth Over

Bonjou and hello from #1 Rue de FOTCOH! Thank you all for your prayers for safe travels. We made it safely to clinic. I wanted to share a little story with you all. Last November I went out to pick patients in crowd and saw a little boy whose belly was very distended (bloated) and he […]

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