A day in the life…

Dana is currently volunteering with HHA for just over a month. People often ask what it’s like to come and spend time on the ground at the hospital as a short-term volunteer, so Dana kindly offered to give an insight into what that looks like. Read more »


Ushering in Hope

 I often ask myself how people end up in the work that they do. I also often forget to ask for their story- the individual journey that brought them to where they are.

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A Song to Unsung Heroes

Doctors and nurses are often thought of as some sort of real-life superheroes, and it’s easy to see why. I mean they do save lives on a daily basis; they don’t rescue people from thieves and vagabonds but rather from the sometimes more sinister evils of injury and disease which are just as much of a threat to innocent people.  I am not here to disprove that image of medical professionals – they have hard jobs and I’ve heard numerous stories since working at HCBH that have made me think “rather them than me”. I have a huge amount of admiration for our staff who work tirelessly for the wellbeing of their patients. Read more »


The Beautiful & Unusual

I love living in Haiti for so many reasons. One of the most fun things about life here is the weird and unusual experiences that seem to pop up so often. A great example of this is the wonderful opportunity HHA had to host the U.K. Navy on their visit to Cap Haitien. Read more »


Two weeks in Haiti

I’ve just returned from a two week trip to Haiti and don’t really know where to begin in terms of bringing everyone up to speed. Read more »