Rhyan Buettner

Beginning the Battle | September Admits

Beginning the Battle September Admits \It’s crazy even to be saying this, but it almost feels like September was a quiet month. I guess it’s relative. The political unrest remains critical. Kidnapping and violence are still daily occurrences, but no major natural disasters rocked the country this month, and our admissions slowed a bit from …

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Milk Miracle Monday – Remancia, A 3.5lb Miracle

On April 26th, 2020 an impossibly tiny baby girl slipped into the world. Remancia was born at a local hospital and was discharged to go home with her mama less than 6 hours later, even though she weighed less than 4lbs. For 3 weeks this little fighter girl and her dedicated mama, Valencia struggled trying …

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Beginning the Battle | August Admits

Beginning the Battle August Admits As many of you know, on August 14th Haiti suffered a powerful 7.2 earthquake. While our properties are far enough from the epicenter to escape unscathed, our hearts are deeply burdened for those in the southwest peninsula of Haiti who experienced devastating damage. Over 2,000 people were killed and hundreds …

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The Dignity Of A Signature – Jackson Writes His Name

Jackson was 10 years old when his baby sister Misena was treated for severe malnutrition at Middle Ground. Misena was very sick when she arrived in our care but fought like a warrior and after 45 days she was declared fully recovered by our medical staff, and discharged to return home. Unfortunately, just 6 months …

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Oh Brother – Kesnelson and Guyvenson’s Recovery Story

In early 2021 the whole world felt like it had been turned upside down. Our minds were flooded with thoughts of viruses, quarantine, and vaccinations. Meanwhile, in rural Haiti Marie-Josue and her 4 children were facing an epidemic of a different type. Marie-Josue lives with her family in a rural village far in the mountains …

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