Dr. Hughes Pettigrew, a Miami pediatrician, examines a baby with help from Marilyn Rousseau, a volunteer interpreter who lives in Davie, during the Man Dodo Humanitarian Foundation medical clinic in 2013 in the southern Haiti rural village of Picot.
Dr. Hughes Pettigrew, a Miami pediatrician, examines a baby with help from Marilyn Rousseau, a volunteer interpreter who lives in Davie, during the Man Dodo Humanitarian Foundation medical clinic in 2013 in the southern Haiti rural village of Picot. Courtesy of Man Dodo Humanitarian Foundation
Dr. Hughes Pettigrew, a Miami pediatrician, examines a baby with help from Marilyn Rousseau, a volunteer interpreter who lives in Davie, during the Man Dodo Humanitarian Foundation medical clinic in 2013 in the southern Haiti rural village of Picot. Courtesy of Man Dodo Humanitarian Foundation

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