On the two-year anniversary of the massive 2010 earthquake in Haiti, 500,000 people are still officially displaced and access to health care is nearly non-existent. As part of the largest intervention in the organization’s 40-year history, Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) operates several emergency healthcare structures in Haiti, offering surgery, obstetric care, physiotherapy, and more.

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    It sucks that as soon as something isn’t being covered by the media anymore, it starts to fade into the background. It’s...
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    Ahhhh I can’t wait to be back there. I hate sitting around in a classroom when I want to help so desperately.
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