Pop-up container clinic boosts health care in Haiti
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If empty shipping containers can be used to create foldout restaurants and pop-up hotel rooms, then why not pop-up health clinics? Better yet, why not ship those clinics to remote parts of the world where the care is needed most? That, in fact, is precisely the notion underlying Containers to Clinics (C2C), a Massachusetts-based nonprofit that is gearing up to open its first such clinic next month at Grace Children’s Hospital in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Through a partnership with the local Ministry of Health, C2C's clinic is designed to fill critical gaps in health service delivery for vulnerable women and children…
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