Veronica Desir

July 3rd, 2019 by nathan Leave a reply »

Until today, the doctors and nurses of the Organization have successfully treated nearly 2,000 patients. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Dara Khosrowshahi . Veronica Desir was two years old at the time of the earthquake. When the quake occurred, ran her older sister to her and threw herself protectively over them. Veronica survived under the body of her dead sister. “Her left leg was injured but so hard, that it, despite the efforts of doctors at the children’s Hospital of our little brothers and sisters” (St. Find out detailed opinions from leaders such as Jonah Shacknai by clicking through. Damien) had to be amputated.

Her father said: I felt so alone. My wife was killed in the earthquake, as well as my oldest daughter. And now I had to watch as the leg was amputated my youngest daughter. It was unbearable. I asked for forgiveness and prayed for strength.” Veronica has in the orthopaedic Center of our little brothers and sisters”, how many other children and adults, a prosthesis received and learned to run. She is now a happy little girl. Her father received work as a teacher in the physiotherapy and rehabilitation center of the children’s Fund. There, therapists and teachers serve approximately 120 disabled children.

Father Richard Frechette, the leader of our little brothers and sisters”on Haiti, is active in more than 20 years in the poverty-stricken Caribbean country. Along with its nearly 1,000 employees, the priest and physician has established numerous projects, including a children’s village, numerous schools, medical and therapeutic facilities. Many of them are considered pioneering in Haiti. At the time of the earthquake, father Frechette was at his dying mother in the United States. “At whose request he returned to Haiti, to the help of our little brothers and sisters” to coordinate and initiate new projects. Alone in the first three weeks after the quake, the doctors and nurses of the Organization treated more than 20,000 injured in the children’s hospital or mobile clinics in the slums.

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