Learning from Crisis Inside the Effort to Improve Emergency Care in Haiti

A year and a half after Hurricane Matthew, Haiti's health care system is still ill-equipped for another major disaster. Several innovative groups are now training doctors and nurses to better prepare them for catastrophes.
Von Alexis Ward
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A water filtration system in Saint-Louis-du-Sud built by ASB

A water filtration system in Saint-Louis-du-Sud built by ASB

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Dr. Djamson Mereste at the University Hospital in Port-au-Prince

Dr. Djamson Mereste at the University Hospital in Port-au-Prince

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Nurses in the emergency room at the state-run Justinien Hospital in Cap-Haïtien, Haiti.

Nurses in the emergency room at the state-run Justinien Hospital in Cap-Haïtien, Haiti.

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