Robert Brenner, MD:

Haiti: April 2015

 There were other such situations but I believe this gives you a flavor for what we were up against. One of our clinic days was spent in a set on a plateau higher in the mountains. It was about a 90 minute hike---so beautiful.

 The clinic is now building a septic tank, toilet, shower, and sink in order to get certified by the Haitian government, affording greater and more consistent subsidization.

 What one realizes is that you can only take small steps in Haiti or any third world country for that matter. Health care and public health are inseparable from economics, culture, religion, education etc. The greatest thing have brought to this clinic is hope!