West Tennessee Haiti Partnership

Haiti Report from Dr. Bheki Khumalo

June 14th, 2011 I would like to begin this report by thanking all of you for your prayers and support for the mission to Haiti. The people of Haiti are grateful for all the support and love we have shown … Read More

Nick Pesce’s photos Haiti trip March 2011

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Nick with a patient in therapy clinic Auguste Riding in a TapTap to church on Sunday For more of Nick’s photos click here.

Photos from our March 2011 trip

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Sonya Yencer of Red Thread Promise (www.redthreadpromise.org) has sent us her extensive photo library from our March 2011 trip. Thank you to Sonya for these beautiful pictures. If you click on the link to see more photos you will also … Read More

Wes’s experience (our pharmacist)

My experience in Haiti was fraught with first-time experiences. Prior to this trip, I had never experienced a third world country. I had no idea what to expect as we landed at the Port-au-Prince airport, but the moment we stepped … Read More

See-through toilet paper

There are many things about visiting Haiti that are memorable and unique, and some are downright funny.  Like the toilet paper that is so thin you can see through it.  Really.  Also the experience of washing off all the dust and … Read More

A surprise customer

The first night we stayed at the Heartline Guest House in Haiti, there were other visitors as well. Some folks were working at a local orphanage and they brought one of the Haitian children back to the guest house that … Read More

Dont open till you can cry: Elisme Time 3-23-2011

On Friday February 11 2011 when I saw the email from Susan Nelson saying sad news I knew I needed to pay attention. My heart was saddened when I read that we had lost one of the (Time) identical twins … Read More

Last day at St. Vincent’s

Today we had clinic for the last time, then we handed out some of our goodies to the children. Lots of photos of kids in hats and bandanas and Mardi Gras beads, I will upload these later. My favorite part … Read More

Tap Tap

This morning, NIck, Sherye, John and I accompanied Adrian to the local Catholic Church. Adrian works at the guesthouse, he is Haitian and is an “aspirant” for the Franciscan seminary. He also plays drums for the choir at Guatemalca, a … Read More

Hannah and Sienna

On the second day of clinic we had, as I mentioned, about 50 people at once coming in to see the doctor. John Mutin taught Hannah and Sienna how to take blood pressures, check hemoglobin and glucose levels with a … Read More