Haiti - Day 6
By: Priya Katyal and Evelyn Perfall (ed. Yee)
|On the road to Cange|
Today, we went to Cange to see the home of Paul Farmer (who founded Partners in Health) and the different facilities he created. When we first reached Cange, we went to a middle school where we ate lunch with Father Walin and his friend Father Kesner.
|In front of the middle school|
After lunch, we met a woman who has assisted in Farmer's legacy through her art foundation on the campus of Zanmi Lasante (the name of the hospital grounds). A few people bought some of the paintings and unique novelty stuffed dinosaurs. She was also kind enough to show us Paul Farmer's house across the street from the hospital grounds.
|Jackie Williams from Greenville, SC, whose husband came to work on the water system in 1985 and has never left|
|Crazy looking dinosaur|
|Paul Farmer's house of many colors|
|Paul Farmer's energetic dog named "Kado," meaning "Gift."|
|A view over inpatient care|
|At the orphanage|
|Final selfie with our tour guide Luke|