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Hospice St. Joseph in Port-Au-Prince

Hospice St. Joseph in Port-Au-Prince

by Justin on January 27, 2010

While in Haiti shooting The Road to Fondwa we stayed at the Hospice St. Joseph, in Port-Au-Prince, for several nights. This building was a place that many ex-pats had stayed at throughout the years, and it was always a welcoming and safe community. This is where Dan Schnorr (director of The Road to Fondwa) stayed when he was sick with malaria for two weeks and recovering. We are all very sad that the era of Hospice St. Joseph in Port-Au-Prince appears to be over. See the before and after photos below:

Hospice St. Joseph BEFORE the Earthquake

Hospice St. Joseph BEFORE the Earthquake

Hospice St. Joseph AFTER the Earthquake

Hospice St. Joseph AFTER the Earthquake

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Sarah Howard-McHugh February 11, 2010 at 10:12 am

Hi,
I stayed at the Hospice in 2008 and have very fond memories of it. It truly was a ‘welcoming and safe community’ for all who visited. Having no sense of the magnitude of the damage (except for the above very sad photo) I am wondering if it is possible to rebuild? What would be required? I am in the field of architecture, and there are many of us who would really like to help with the rebuilding.
In peace,
Sarah

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Jeune Jhony August 7, 2010 at 5:48 am

Hi my name is Jeune Jhony like you can notice please I would like you to Email me to make sure, that is the Hospice St Joseph in christ roi ruelle acacia P-au-P because when I was poor in Haiti my family use to go to get some help and even my self I use to go there to clean for food and they use to help me with my school to day I am living in Florida and I am scare if every missionary are ok specialy one of them living Delmas 33 he is name is Father Ron Voss I will be more then happy if you can contact me back with out no promess may be I can help some how
God bless

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Mitch McGrath November 7, 2010 at 3:10 am

I am a Registered Nurse willing to donate a week of my time each year. I recently read an article of James Michel and would be most interested in meeting with him.

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