I spent a few days around Jacmel and even though I knew it wouldn’t look the same as I remembered it I was shocked to see what was left of the Hospital St. Michel. There was one very tired looking doctor in a large tent with several patients – our eyes met for a second then he slowly looked around the room shaking his head – I couldn’t look at him again and left quickly. It was clear to me now why at our Hospital in Ridoré we couldn’t find another Hospital in Jacmel or Port au Prince that could take a very sick little boy. We were at the end of our mission and no one would be there to care for him and he would need a lot of attention. His father had carried him up the steep mountains to our Hospital and by the time they arrived the boy was almost gone – he had typhoid fever. Doctors Roger and Ritha Belizaire, father and daughter surgeons rushed him into surgery repairing the damage. Dr. René finally found a children’s Hospital in Port Au Prince and made arrangements with a charter to fly him there. We all hope to see him in November on our next mission.