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Updates from Haiti and messages from Dr. Morgan. See archive of past posts.

Weaver Birds in Haiti

Jim Morgan, April 14, 2021 My Sunday flight to Haiti was canceled due to tornadoes in Florida, near where I was to make a connection. My luggage has been lost by the airline. My phone wouldn’t work, and internet is spotty. I couldn’t find potable water last night.¬† But today is a new day. This
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Reflection from Dr. Morgan on the 2010 Earthquake in Haiti

Eleven years ago today, at 4:53 pm, the earth in Haiti shook for 30 seconds. In its wake, over 200,000 people died.   Thousands  were left amputees,  hundreds of thousands  homeless.  All in the aftermath of a cataclysmic¬†thirty seconds. Why? It seems so long ago — eleven years. World events  careen along , exhausting us.
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The Meaning of Community by James Morgan

In a recent NY Times article1, columnist David Brooks wrote about the importance of grassroots projects and strong community bonds . On reading it I immediately thought of the Lamp community, among whose members  are residents of Cite Soleil, our intrepid medical staff, as well as the many supporters like you who believe in our
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Our Latest Issue. See the archive of past newsletters.

Summer 2021

A Celebration of Lamp for Haiti
Meet Kelli D. Herd
Life Changes by Dr. Morgan

A Peak Into Haitian History


Spring 2021

Community Health Workers
Henry Returns As Executive Director
Spring Appeal 2021

Cheryl Departs As Director of Development 


Fall 2020

An Update On COVID-19 In Haiti
Meeting Rising Patient Needs
Lamp's First Virtual Gala!

Saving Wilson


Lamp For Haiti In The News