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Project Medishare responds to cholera outbreak in central Haiti

  |   Celebrities, Cholera Response, Community Health & Development, Fundraisers, Uncategorized

By Jennifer Browning Representing the deadliest health crisis since January’s earthquake, a cholera epidemic is reportedly spreading in central Haiti. The Haitian Ministry of Health today has confirmed cases of cholera in the area surrounding the lower Artibonite region of Haiti. Health Minister Alex Larsen reported that...

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Project Medishare featured in UM’s Medicine magazine

  |   Celebrities, Community Health & Development, Earthquake Response, Maternal Health Center

By Jennifer Browning Project Medishare's future is mapped out in the most recent issue of the University of Miami's Medicine. The magazine's special edition focuses on how the University of Miami's Miller School of Medicine and its partnering organizations like Project Medishare and the UM Global...

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Morehouse resident sees hope in Haiti’s Central Plateau

  |   Celebrities, Community Health & Development

[caption id="attachment_1928" align="aligncenter" width="500" caption="Bande Mangaliso Virgil, a pediatric resident from Morehouse School of Medicine, examines a patient in a pediatric clinic in a small school in Marmont. This week as part of Project Medishare's University Partnership Program, doctors, medical and MPH students are volunteering...

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Home visit in Haiti’s Central Plateau: Emory students interview locals to gain better understanding of mental health in rural Haiti

  |   Celebrities, Community Health & Development

By Nayla Khoury* Rosanna stood in the middle of a circle of benches, outside of Medishare’s compound in Casse; her hands were raised and waving. She was speaking about Jesus and to no one in particular. I asked Wilfred, our newly trained interpreter, to translate for...

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