A Video of Save the Children’s Mobile Health Team in Haiti

Tanya_weinberg Tanya Weinberg, Save the Children manager, media and communications

Port-au-Prince, Haiti

February 26, 2010

In the video below, you can see what it’s really like on the ground as we videotape the work of a Save the Children mobile health team in Haiti. The team arrives in a crowded camp called Village Gastron Magron in Port-Au-Prince on Feb. 22, 2010.

The video features Dr. Joachim Abdias on-camera who is treating patients and explaining their medical conditions. 


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2 comments

  1. Yes, school nurses are a necessary, there are many incidents reported where there a school doesnt have a nurse on site and the kid gets really bad injuries and needed immediate medical support.

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