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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Haiti might not be considered a paradise on Earth but it is the closest
that you can get and you should not miss it for the world especially if
you are planning to have an escapade - why don't you go on a vacation in
Haiti and you will surely find the whole experience worth a lifetime.
It offers everything that you have never savored before and a whole lot
Be enthralled with its rich history and ...
... tables for patients to be seen, and a lab. It was interesting to see all the medications in the pharmacy, some which are expensive in the United States are cheap in Haiti and then some medicine that is cheap here is very expensive in Haiti. There was one big exam room with two tables for patients to sit and they were only separated by some pipe and a curtain. They were explaining that there is no HIPPA in Haiti so there is no patient privacy hardly at all. Some boys from the ...
I met Anton at breakfast, Tarun and Nicolas joined us a bit after. Got all on the same car and got to Digicel to start dry run activities. I was a bit confused with the YP and the Utiba platform and the way the migration process worked, the stakeholders involved and the decision making progress. I would eventually start getting my head around the issues. Anton had a project dry run and a migration timelines an ...
... with the orphanage and they were excited for any advice we could give them. The building was painted cheerful colors and separated into rooms for the babies, toddlers, and in the back of the compound was a separate building for older kids.There were about 13-15 kids to two adult ratio, which in Haiti is probably not a terrible ratio and the babies had a higher ratio. We pulled several kids ...
... was more time for them to work along side their parents to make some money. The common concern at this recent meeting was that money will be tight this year because of paying regular school fees and because so many of these families are farmers who lost so much of their harvest when Isaac hit the island and mudslides and winds caused loss of crops and animals.
Still, the meeting played out with serious concern and interest in the program's continuation ...