Ewins Joseph, village leader in Fort Resolu.
A traditional midwife (matron) from Fort Resolu.
Simeus holding his baby daughter.
Dr. Celestin is a very hard-working obstetrician at St. Therese Hospital in Hinche.
A father holding his newborn while his wife recovers at St. Therese Hospital in Hinche from life-threatening, postpartum eclamptic seizures.
Altar boy and priests during the opening ceremony of a rural health center.
Three prison officers guarding the prison gate in Hinche.
Security guards working at the gate of the Midwives for Haiti house in Hinche.
Judenell, a dedicated security guard for Midwives for Haiti.
Gladias worked as a very skilled translator for Midwives for Haiti. Currently, he is studying in the USA with plans to open a translation business in Haiti.
Ronald, a security guard at Midwives for Haiti house, enjoys his baby daughter as his own father exudes happiness.
Joseph Phanalime has been a tailor since he was 17 years old. He works with a foot-treadle sewing machine.
Lubenson Charles is a teacher in Fort Resolu. Because the village is very poor, teachers at this school volunteer their skills.
Oday lost his family during the January 2010 earthquake. He lives in Maison Fortune, an orphanage in Hinche.
Three boys living in Maison Fortune orphanage show their schoolwork.
Lenes Joseph, fifteen years old, lives at Maison Fortune orphanage in Hinche.
Althes and Olischard amongst banana trees at Maison Fortune, the orphanage. Althes dreams of becoming an electrician and Olishard wants to learn several languages to become a teacher or translator.
Kenel organized a fruit tree planting event at a local school. This year, he is studying agriculture in the USA with plans to run a successful farm in Haiti.
Jean-Charles Alces is the principal of the school where fruit trees were planted.
Jonald is one of two skilled jeep drivers and mechanics that transport Skilled Birth Attendants and volunteers working through Midwives for Haiti. He helped with the fruit tree planting event.
A waiter in a high-end Port-au-Prince hotel.
A security guard in a deluxe Port-au-Prince hotel.
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