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Christmas card handcrafted in Haiti with banana bark. Sent by a Postcrosser in the United States.




November 18: Thought of the Day & Observances November 18 is the 322nd day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. There are 43 days remaining until the end of the year Independence Day of Latvia Independence Day of Morocco National Day (Oman) Day of

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November 18: Thought of the Day & Observances  November 18 is the 322nd day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. There are 43 days remaining until the end of the year  Independence Day of Latvia  Independence Day of Morocco  National Day (Oman)  Day of




Medicine Helps Haitian Families

After the 2010 Haiti earthquake, many people who lost their homes decided to move to new locations. Unfortunately, many of them are not very hospitable and families were suffering. Operation Blessing brought medical help and medicines to five of these locations, free of charge!

In addition to medical care, Operation Blessing provided residents with chlorine and taught them how to properly treat their water to make it safe for drinking. The Haitian families were very grateful!




Medicine Helps Haitian Families

After the 2010 Haiti earthquake, many people who lost their homes decided to move to new locations. Unfortunately, many of them are not very hospitable and families were suffering. Operation Blessing brought medical help and medicines to five of these locations, free of charge!

In addition to medical care, Operation Blessing provided residents with chlorine and taught them how to properly treat their water to make it safe for drinking. The Haitian families were very grateful!




Medicine Helps Haitian Families

After the 2010 Haiti earthquake, many people who lost their homes decided to move to new locations. Unfortunately, many of them are not very hospitable and families were suffering. Operation Blessing brought medical help and medicines to five of these locations, free of charge!

In addition to medical care, Operation Blessing provided residents with chlorine and taught them how to properly treat their water to make it safe for drinking. The Haitian families were very grateful!




Medicine Helps Haitian Families

After the 2010 Haiti earthquake, many people who lost their homes decided to move to new locations. Unfortunately, many of them are not very hospitable and families were suffering. Operation Blessing brought medical help and medicines to five of these locations, free of charge!

In addition to medical care, Operation Blessing provided residents with chlorine and taught them how to properly treat their water to make it safe for drinking. The Haitian families were very grateful!




Medicine Helps Haitian Families

After the 2010 Haiti earthquake, many people who lost their homes decided to move to new locations. Unfortunately, many of them are not very hospitable and families were suffering. Operation Blessing brought medical help and medicines to five of these locations, free of charge!

In addition to medical care, Operation Blessing provided residents with chlorine and taught them how to properly treat their water to make it safe for drinking. The Haitian families were very grateful!




Medicine Helps Haitian Families

After the 2010 Haiti earthquake, many people who lost their homes decided to move to new locations. Unfortunately, many of them are not very hospitable and families were suffering. Operation Blessing brought medical help and medicines to five of these locations, free of charge!

In addition to medical care, Operation Blessing provided residents with chlorine and taught them how to properly treat their water to make it safe for drinking. The Haitian families were very grateful!




Medicine Helps Haitian Families

After the 2010 Haiti earthquake, many people who lost their homes decided to move to new locations. Unfortunately, many of them are not very hospitable and families were suffering. Operation Blessing brought medical help and medicines to five of these locations, free of charge!

In addition to medical care, Operation Blessing provided residents with chlorine and taught them how to properly treat their water to make it safe for drinking. The Haitian families were very grateful!




Medicine Helps Haitian Families

After the 2010 Haiti earthquake, many people who lost their homes decided to move to new locations. Unfortunately, many of them are not very hospitable and families were suffering. Operation Blessing brought medical help and medicines to five of these locations, free of charge!

In addition to medical care, Operation Blessing provided residents with chlorine and taught them how to properly treat their water to make it safe for drinking. The Haitian families were very grateful!




Medicine Helps Haitian Families

After the 2010 Haiti earthquake, many people who lost their homes decided to move to new locations. Unfortunately, many of them are not very hospitable and families were suffering. Operation Blessing brought medical help and medicines to five of these locations, free of charge!

In addition to medical care, Operation Blessing provided residents with chlorine and taught them how to properly treat their water to make it safe for drinking. The Haitian families were very grateful!




Medicine Helps Haitian Families

After the 2010 Haiti earthquake, many people who lost their homes decided to move to new locations. Unfortunately, many of them are not very hospitable and families were suffering. Operation Blessing brought medical help and medicines to five of these locations, free of charge!

In addition to medical care, Operation Blessing provided residents with chlorine and taught them how to properly treat their water to make it safe for drinking. The Haitian families were very grateful!




Medicine Helps Haitian Families

After the 2010 Haiti earthquake, many people who lost their homes decided to move to new locations. Unfortunately, many of them are not very hospitable and families were suffering. Operation Blessing brought medical help and medicines to five of these locations, free of charge!

In addition to medical care, Operation Blessing provided residents with chlorine and taught them how to properly treat their water to make it safe for drinking. The Haitian families were very grateful!




Medicine Helps Haitian Families

After the 2010 Haiti earthquake, many people who lost their homes decided to move to new locations. Unfortunately, many of them are not very hospitable and families were suffering. Operation Blessing brought medical help and medicines to five of these locations, free of charge!

In addition to medical care, Operation Blessing provided residents with chlorine and taught them how to properly treat their water to make it safe for drinking. The Haitian families were very grateful!




Medicine Helps Haitian Families

After the 2010 Haiti earthquake, many people who lost their homes decided to move to new locations. Unfortunately, many of them are not very hospitable and families were suffering. Operation Blessing brought medical help and medicines to five of these locations, free of charge!

In addition to medical care, Operation Blessing provided residents with chlorine and taught them how to properly treat their water to make it safe for drinking. The Haitian families were very grateful!




Medicine Helps Haitian Families

After the 2010 Haiti earthquake, many people who lost their homes decided to move to new locations. Unfortunately, many of them are not very hospitable and families were suffering. Operation Blessing brought medical help and medicines to five of these locations, free of charge!

In addition to medical care, Operation Blessing provided residents with chlorine and taught them how to properly treat their water to make it safe for drinking. The Haitian families were very grateful!




Medicine Helps Haitian Families

After the 2010 Haiti earthquake, many people who lost their homes decided to move to new locations. Unfortunately, many of them are not very hospitable and families were suffering. Operation Blessing brought medical help and medicines to five of these locations, free of charge!

In addition to medical care, Operation Blessing provided residents with chlorine and taught them how to properly treat their water to make it safe for drinking. The Haitian families were very grateful!




Medicine Helps Haitian Families

After the 2010 Haiti earthquake, many people who lost their homes decided to move to new locations. Unfortunately, many of them are not very hospitable and families were suffering. Operation Blessing brought medical help and medicines to five of these locations, free of charge!

In addition to medical care, Operation Blessing provided residents with chlorine and taught them how to properly treat their water to make it safe for drinking. The Haitian families were very grateful!




Medicine Helps Haitian Families

After the 2010 Haiti earthquake, many people who lost their homes decided to move to new locations. Unfortunately, many of them are not very hospitable and families were suffering. Operation Blessing brought medical help and medicines to five of these locations, free of charge!

In addition to medical care, Operation Blessing provided residents with chlorine and taught them how to properly treat their water to make it safe for drinking. The Haitian families were very grateful!




Medicine Helps Haitian Families

After the 2010 Haiti earthquake, many people who lost their homes decided to move to new locations. Unfortunately, many of them are not very hospitable and families were suffering. Operation Blessing brought medical help and medicines to five of these locations, free of charge!

In addition to medical care, Operation Blessing provided residents with chlorine and taught them how to properly treat their water to make it safe for drinking. The Haitian families were very grateful!





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