On a recent visit to Haiti, I sat down with ten young Haitians who are working as mental health workers in the refugee camps of Port-au-Prince.
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We are in Haiti training "Ajan Sante Mantal," lay mental health workers. But first, we need help to pay our Ajan's stipends and their transportation and, ideally, to hire and train more.
In my several trips to Haiti, one thing has become abundantly clear. Though those living in the tent cities suffer, they are determined to rebuild -- even if the help goes away.
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