Portraits of Haiti – Patient at Lorie clinic.

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This woman was one of 1500 patients treated in five days at a mobile healthcare clinic in Haiti, run by the U.S based HACAOT.org.   She comes from the northern rural village of Lorie.  Most of the villages hadn’t seen a doctor in 5-10 years.  Some of them never.  In five days a 28 member team treated 1,500 people.

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