Marycare brings medical help to Haitian village

Tuhus, Melinda
January 2006
National Catholic Reporter;1/13/2006, Vol. 42 Issue 11, p10
The article reports on the medical help extended by Marycare to the poor villagers of Jacquesyl in Haiti's northeast coast. Marycare is a small group of religious and lay volunteers like nurses, social workers, teachers. A U.S. based non-profit organization founded by three Catholic women. Since Marycare visited Haiti death rate in the village dropped.


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