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Central to the mission of the Friends of Fort Liberte is to care for the sick. For many years, visiting medical teams would set up a temporary clinic in school rooms and face desperate needs for just a week or two each year. The dream of bringing access to year round healthcare to the community was realized in 2004, with the construction of the Eben-Ezer Clinic. Now, patients gather for prayer and singing each morning as the clinic opens, staffed by two Haitian nurses and a part-time doctor. Several medical mission teams visit the clinic each year, providing much needed supplies and services. Those who have been involved for years have observed the improvement in the general health of the patients.

Funding the clinic operations and buying medications is a constant need, and contributions of any size are appreciated. You can help by making a donation to the Eben-Ezer Clinic on our donations page.

Many improvements to the facility are still needed, including running water and a day treatment area. The possibilities for improving health in the community are many and are often discussed by those who lead the clinic teams. All donations designated to the Clinic help to fund and provide medications and services.

If you would like to be part of a medical mission or would like more information on the Clinic, please contact Bonnie Woodrum at

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