In 2010 after a devastating earthquake rocked a small island of Haiti, leaving a third of the inhabitants homeless. The variety of deserted kids skyrocketed and the youth have been left largely uneducated. Poverty abounded and Haiti was listed as the poorest nation in the Western Hemisphere.
It was beneath these circumstances that Sarah Koch was drawn to assist at Danita’s Children’s Medical Center, she had a volunteer job as a licensed therapeutic recreation specialist CTRs. It was in January 2014 when a younger girl entered the clinic with a three-month-old toddler, Nica. Read the full story here ▶