Bright and early in the morning, waiting for our 7:25AM flight to Port Au Prince
Outside the airport in Port Au Prince
Sarah and Carol, and Veritus who told us "just wait here for your driver Julma, it'll be 5-10 minutes"
our very official looking sign.
pictures from the drive from Port Au Prince to Fond Parisient, after waiting approximately 2 hours for Julma to arrive at the airport.
Julma, our courageous driver
Love a Child compound...the chapel
our awesome accomodations...thank you LAC
at L'eglise (church) in refugee Camp Hope on Sunday
getting our hair done.
Saraub and Lorin conferencing about a patient.
yay for Hugs and wearing car keys with a WWJD chain...who woulda thought
this is what happens when the kids "borrow" my camera
ready for our first day at the clinic!
our amazing translators Lanmi, and Junior
toy distribution, even the boys like the jewels
walking around the LAC compound
the school house
UNHCR tents left over from the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative Hospital that used to be on this ground.
the PT supply tent
hard at work
getting a haircut...
at a meeting for camp residents with disabilities...it was amazing.
the tents where some of our group members were staying
Our living room
Brice, our translator, and some our frequent PT tent visitors
Bubbles, you know I don't travel without them
cramming 10 people into the car...poor Sarah got stuck near the roof
Old latrines, clothes drying and a goat or two
working on gait
our team: Rita, Carol, Megan, Lanmi, Josh, Sarah, and Betsy!
the sports program HOLIA initiated, run by Tomas for the kids of the camp
I finally gave up and just put all the stickers in my lap
Jewel stickers, a hot item!
Already wearing the headbands we gave them...yay!
Carol, the marble lady, getting mobbed
Ruth and Andrea, on their first day in Haiti, what troopers
Our fearless leader
Camp Hope, home to ~2,000 people
The site of new, permanent housing!
The view from our compound
now that's what I call a HOLIA leg...really dirty
walking to watch the camp soccer game
The entrance to the Love a Child Clinic
waiting for the game to start
again with the camera "borrowing"
the World Vision school
Here they go...
even the little ones come out to watch
The kids LOVE to pose for pics!
on our way back to PAP
catching a ride into town
a food stand
at the airport in Port Au Prince, bright and early once again