From July 23, 2018

Back in early December 2017, two people donated a total of $11,000 to create a medical clinic at Santa Chiara. Here in Haiti, we’ve kept track of everything we’ve spent towards the medical treatment of the children…and also the staff and even the mothers of the kids living with us. We record everything we spend on medication and medical supplies, such as examining gloves. Our clinic accounting also includes the cost of hospitalizing kids for a period of time, as well as the expense of lab tests. We spent over $3,000 on basic medical equipment. A few months ago, we began to include the salaries of our two part-time nurses in the clinic accounting. Since early December we’ve spent a total of $13,278 to operate the Sean O’Flynn Medical Equipment. This includes the cost of the c-section delivery of baby Chiara and the recent emergency surgery for Emilia. Here are some photographs of Nurse Rose in action during a typical day last week.

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