New hospital opens in isolated area of southern Haiti
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti – A new hospital has been opened in a remote section of southern Haiti where residents once had to travel for hours on rutted roads to reach a relatively well equipped medical center.
In a Monday statement, the CMMB-Health Lives Worldwide nonprofit group says the health center in the isolated coastal community of Cotes-de-Fer will serve more than 50,000 people who previously did not have access to decent care.
A U.S. organization in Kentucky and Ohio called Mercy Health provided $2 million for construction costs.
Haiti's health ministry will provide technical and... read more
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