Since the earthquake of August 14 and ongoing tropical storms, HWB-trained Haitian homeopaths have answered the call. They travel by whatever means available to the towns in the Les Cayes region to set up mobile clinics, helping those in need. Small but nimble teams of doctors, nurses, pharmacists and Homéopathes Communataires treat upwards of 60-70 people a day at clinics which rotate from village to town. Follow up clinics are also integrated into the schedule to address ongoing medical care including psychological needs.
Because of YOUR support, the Haitian homeopaths continue to be some of the first providers onsite after natural disasters and civil unrest.
These generous practitioners provide essential medical care for fractures, wounds, trauma and shock, as well as the after effects of life with poor quality drinking water and limited food.
Haitian medical practitioners trained by HWB in homeopathy travel to outlying areas where care is most needed. On a busy clinic day in Savinette (photos below), clinicians each saw 20-30 patients. With fuel for cars costing $11 per liter ($44 per gallon) just filling their tanks with gas to travel to Cap Haitien (where the next clinics will be held) will be a huge challenge.