Birth & Midwifery in Haiti
Resources for parents and practitioners
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Some of the following sites may not be in English; an online translator may be useful.
Earthquake in 2010
Please read updates on relief work regarding the devastating earthquake in Haiti, January 2010, on this page: Earthquake in Haiti 2010 Updates
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Nadene Brunk is a CNM graduate of Frontier School of Nurse-Midiwfery in 1997, MSN in Community Health from UVA in 1990. Currently she works for Virginia Women's Center of Richmond, Virginia, in full-scope midwifery care and women's health care. Nadene began Midwives for Haiti in 2006, a non-profit organization with the goal to reduce maternal and infant mortality in Haiti by increasing the number of skilled attendants in rural and clinical areas.