Monday, June 7, 2010

Tabar-Issa Clinic


An International Medical Corps doctor gives a check up to a little boy upon his arrival to Tabarre-Issa, one of the new relocation camps in the outskirts of Port-au-Prince.

A sea of tarps at Petionville Camp, where some 50,000 relocated following the earthquake.



Above, children in one of International Medical Corps' medical tent at Tabarre-Issa


A baby is weighed in one of the International Medical Corps clinics at Tabarre-Issa as part of the health screening for new arrivals to Tabarre-Issa.

International Medical Corps volunteer doctor and a new arrival to Tabarre-Issa.



A Haitian girl sits on a suitcase after moving to Tabarre-Issa from the Valle Baudoin, an area prone to landslides and flooding.

Big thanks to our Former Field Site Coordinator for Port-au-Prince, Carrie Hasselback, for sharing these wonderful photos with us!

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International Medical Corps volunteer doctor and a new arrival to Tabarre-Issa.
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Jack said...

Why can't there be this kind of help over in Darfur? Granted the violence needs to end first, but I mean there would be more lives being saved. Has anyone seen Uwe Boll's Attack On Darfur or at least taken a peek at the trailer? Darfur's situation is way more serious than I could have ever imagined.
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