St. Luke Foundation  and Hospital, Port Au Prince, Haiti.  Opus  Award-winning St. Luke includes medical care, orphanages, a school, cholera ward, and production facilities.

St. Luke Foundation and Hospital, Port Au Prince, Haiti. Opus Award-winning St. Luke includes medical care, orphanages, a school, cholera ward, and production facilities.

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 Cite Soleil Slum, Haiti. St. Luke opens a medical clinic in the largest slum in the western hemosphere.

Cite Soleil Slum, Haiti. St. Luke opens a medical clinic in the largest slum in the western hemosphere.

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 Port Au Prince, Haiti. Tented camp, two years after the 2010 earthquake.

Port Au Prince, Haiti. Tented camp, two years after the 2010 earthquake.

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 Port Au Prince, Haiti.  Apparent Project  employs hundreds of Haitians to make jewelry. This clay used for beads is  eaten  by Haiti's poorest, for presumed minerals and to fill their bellies. 

Port Au Prince, Haiti. Apparent Project employs hundreds of Haitians to make jewelry. This clay used for beads is eaten by Haiti's poorest, for presumed minerals and to fill their bellies. 

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 St. Luke Foundation's orphanage.

St. Luke Foundation's orphanage.

 Port Au Prince, Haiti.  Artists For Peace and Justice  builds a free school for hundreds of local children.

Port Au Prince, Haiti. Artists For Peace and Justice builds a free school for hundreds of local children.

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 Port Au Prince, Haiti.  Restavek Freedom Foundation . This boy is a Restevek, a type of indentured slave. Generally poorly fed, mistreated, and working all day vs. going to school.

Port Au Prince, Haiti. Restavek Freedom Foundation. This boy is a Restevek, a type of indentured slave. Generally poorly fed, mistreated, and working all day vs. going to school.

 A Restavek fetching water.

A Restavek fetching water.

 Port Au Prince, Haiti, St. Luke orphan.

Port Au Prince, Haiti, St. Luke orphan.

 Jacmel, Haiti, Hands and Feet orphan.

Jacmel, Haiti, Hands and Feet orphan.

  St. Luke Foundation  and Hospital, Port Au Prince, Haiti.  Opus  Award-winning St. Luke includes medical care, orphanages, a school, cholera ward, and production facilities.
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 Cite Soleil Slum, Haiti. St. Luke opens a medical clinic in the largest slum in the western hemosphere.
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 Port Au Prince, Haiti. Tented camp, two years after the 2010 earthquake.
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 Port Au Prince, Haiti.  Apparent Project  employs hundreds of Haitians to make jewelry. This clay used for beads is  eaten  by Haiti's poorest, for presumed minerals and to fill their bellies. 
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RArnold_SSW_Ex_Galatina_2_Haiti barbie hair_1414.jpg
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 St. Luke Foundation's orphanage.
 Port Au Prince, Haiti.  Artists For Peace and Justice  builds a free school for hundreds of local children.
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 Port Au Prince, Haiti.  Restavek Freedom Foundation . This boy is a Restevek, a type of indentured slave. Generally poorly fed, mistreated, and working all day vs. going to school.
 A Restavek fetching water.
 Port Au Prince, Haiti, St. Luke orphan.
 Jacmel, Haiti, Hands and Feet orphan.

St. Luke Foundation and Hospital, Port Au Prince, Haiti. Opus Award-winning St. Luke includes medical care, orphanages, a school, cholera ward, and production facilities.

Cite Soleil Slum, Haiti. St. Luke opens a medical clinic in the largest slum in the western hemosphere.

Port Au Prince, Haiti. Tented camp, two years after the 2010 earthquake.

Port Au Prince, Haiti. Apparent Project employs hundreds of Haitians to make jewelry. This clay used for beads is eaten by Haiti's poorest, for presumed minerals and to fill their bellies. 

St. Luke Foundation's orphanage.

Port Au Prince, Haiti. Artists For Peace and Justice builds a free school for hundreds of local children.

Port Au Prince, Haiti. Restavek Freedom Foundation. This boy is a Restevek, a type of indentured slave. Generally poorly fed, mistreated, and working all day vs. going to school.

A Restavek fetching water.

Port Au Prince, Haiti, St. Luke orphan.

Jacmel, Haiti, Hands and Feet orphan.

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