From the balcony of Hospice St. Joseph in Port-au-Prince, Haiti overlooking Port-au-Prince northwest, toward the bay.
Our transportation for the 45 minute flight from Port-au-Prince to Jeremie.
The plane seats 17.
Two passengers on our flight.
The United Nations is helping to provide security for Haiti. It has a significant presence in Jeremie.
Fr. Eustache has raised funds to drill a well for a community in his parish.
The residence of Fr. Eustache, and our quarters during our visit.
On this level of the residence, there is a small sitting room, two bedrooms, and the kitchen, which is at the far end of this corridor.
A view from the residence toward the sea.
One of the elementary school children who attend school in the parish church near the residence.
The Haitian Health Foundation. One of two campuses in Jeremie.
At a small swimming beach between the residence and the town of Jeremie.
The parish church.
Pre-school children in the parish church school.
Inside the parish church. Classes are separated by dividers that also serve as blackboards.
A student in the elementary school, taking a "break."
One of two small, open-air classrooms on the grounds of the residence. An English class is underway.
A second school constructed by Fr. Eustache a couple miles from the parish church school. The parish supports about 700 students.
The will drilling operation.
A view of Jeremie from the Bishop's residence.
The new cathedral under construction in Jeremie.
The large building to the right is the current cathedral in Jeremie.
Sandy Ogilvy, Nadjadja Nelson, and Kurt Runge standing under the banner welcoming us to the law school.
Professor Ogilvy making a presentation to the law school, assisted by Ms. Nelson, who served as translator.
Kurt Runge making a presentation to the law school on the work of social workers in the US. Ms. Roxane Dimanche, a senior law student and administer of a public health program at the Hatian Health Foundation, translates.
The audience for Kurt's presentation.
We are presented with law school T-shirts following our second day of presentations.
Nadjadja Nelson, 2L at Columbus School of Law with Roxane Dimanche.
After our presentations, which ended about nine pm, local elementary and secondary school students gathered at the law school to do homework because it is one of the few places in the city with electricity and lights after dark in Jeremie.
A home in the rural area.
Fr. Eustache is constructing a new stone home for a blind man. His existing thatch house is in the background.
Fishing boats on the beach at Bon Bon, a town several miles from Jeremie.
Repairing the keel of a fishing boat.