Archive for the ‘Dr. Eugene’ Category

Sanitation Supplies for Nativity Village

Posted: March 9, 2011 by Cap Haitien Health Network in Dr. Eugene

Well, I wanted to share those photos with you. We were able to serve
another poor community named Nativity Village with sanitation
supplies (bleach and soap) last Monday. But I’m so sorry the
photos are not so good (clear).

Thanks again to everyone for helping us fight against Cholera!

Blessings to all involved!

Eugene Maklin MD

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Cholera Relief in Tovar/Grison-Garde

Posted: December 15, 2010 by Cap Haitien Health Network in Dr. Eugene

Dear All,

A very good evening to you. Hope this finds you well, thanks to God.

Well, I wanted to share those pictures with you. I was able to
serve Tovar-Grisongarde, the methodist school and the orphanage again
today. I gave soap, clorox and Aquatabs to everyone there for cholera
prevention.

Thanks again for your help! We don’t know what we would do without
your help! It means a lot to us!

Blessings to all involved!

Eugene Maklin MD

16 pictures for you— Cholera relief in Nativity Village

Posted: December 14, 2010 by Cap Haitien Health Network in Dr. Eugene

Dear All,

Greetings from Cap-Haitian. I pray this finds you well, thanks to God.

I wanted to share those pictures with you. I was able to distribute
soap, Clorox, and Aquatabs to the people living at Nativity Village
today. You may know that it is one of the poor areas in Cap. That
means it is a vulnerable area for cholera.

My deepest thanks to you for your efforts for my country! Your help
means a lot to us! You are a blessing!

In His Name,

Eugene Maklin MD

 

Purchasing Aquatabs and Bleach

Posted: December 3, 2010 by Cap Haitien Health Network in Dr. Eugene

Dear All,

Good evening to you. Hope this finds you well, thanks to God.

I wanted to share those pictures with you. I got chance to pick up
the money from Western Union office this morning. I paid $ 1100 US for
a case of Aquatabs, 70 cases of bleach($ 80 HT per case) and I paid
for transportation. I have the receipts for you. I will see if I can
scan them to you tomorrow. I put all the stuffs at Luckner’s
Warehouse. Greg and Hannah can also use them to share to the
communities.

My deepest thanks to Haiti Help Med members for helping us fight
the cholera!!!

Soap, Chlorox, Aquatabs for people in St-Suzanne

Posted: December 1, 2010 by Cap Haitien Health Network in Dr. Eugene, Juline

Dear All,

Good evening to you all. Hope this finds you well, thanks to God.

I wanted to share those pictures with you, taken by Juline (therefore not pictured) who helped me. I was able to help
people in St-Suzanne with some soap, Chlorox and Aquatabs to purify the
drinking water. You may know that there had been 5 deaths due to
Cholera there.

My thanks to everyone for helping fight the cholera.

Blessing to all involved!

Eugene Maklin MD

For The Haiti Mission of PUMC

For Cap Haitian Health care Network

Consultant Medical for Hospital St Francois, Vaudreuil.

Soap Deliveries

Posted: August 31, 2010 by Cap Haitien Health Network in Dr. Eugene, general, Interns' blog

Dear Dr Ted,

 
 Good morning to you. Hope you are well, thanks to God.
 
 Well, I wanted to tell you that Brunel (Jean Louis) and I were able to distribute the soaps yesterday after clinic. We gave 1 box to St-Anthony’s clinic ( I may give another one to them on Monday), 2 boxes to Lutheran clinic in Madeline, 3 boxes to HHA ( 1 for the clinic, 1 for the Hospital and 1 for the Children’s home), 2 boxes to Shada clinic,  2 boxes to Soil. We will give 2 boxes to OMS and 2 boxes to ForHaiti later. We took pictures while were distributing the soaps. I will forward them to you later.
 
By the way, it mentions that there are 200 bars of soap inside each of the box.
 
Take good care!
 
Eugene Maklin MD 
   
  

Team Does First Soap Pick Up

Posted: August 29, 2010 by Cap Haitien Health Network in Dr. Eugene, general, Ralph

Working with Network partner Clean the World (www.cleantheworld.org) on their program to bring in soap they have recycled to distribute to the poor in Haiti is one of our major projects for the Network Support Team.  Clean the World has a close partnership with Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines, for which they will be recycling soap and who will bring it on their ships to Labadee. 

gate at RCCL complex at Labadee

Dr. Eugene and Ralph got the soap in 75 boxes from the people of RCCL, and packed it all into our Network vehicle.

Dr. Eugene hauling soap

...and Ralph, too!

rear seat full of boxes of soap

This shipment of soap is going to be distributed mostly (5000 bars) to a group working with the earthquake victims in Leogane, and some will go to a few of our Network partners; there will be a regular flow of these in the coming months and years so that we can provide soap to every clinic and organization according to their needs.