Croix-des-Bouquets Medical Clinic, Part 1

Croix-des-Bouquets Medical Clinic, Part 1

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The Croix-des-Bouquets clinic site would be held on a property owned by a local church.  The church itself was remarkable in that upon its grounds were several groupings of homes the church had set up in the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake.  The homes themselves were referred to as "tent city" though many of the structures had been upgraded with corrugated steel and concrete.  The surrounding community was estimated to include approx. 5,000 people, though far fewer would become members of the church's congregation.  In all, the property was quite suitable to host a mobile clinic whereby hundreds of people could be seen per day.

A view of the tent city on the left, with the church's administration building on the right.

A view of the tent city on the left, with the church's administration building on the right.

The church was divided into two structures—the administrative building (left) and the general meeting building (right).

The church was divided into two structures—the administrative building (left) and the general meeting building (right).

The administrative building's main courtyard.  A view of the Among The Reeds mobile pharmacy can be seen through the door (left).

The administrative building's main courtyard.  A view of the Among The Reeds mobile pharmacy can be seen through the door (left).

Pastor Mark Olson (center) explaining the layout of the administrative building to ATR support team members.

Pastor Mark Olson (center) explaining the layout of the administrative building to ATR support team members.

The courtyard as seen from the exterior gate.

The courtyard as seen from the exterior gate.

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Croix-des-Bouquets Medical Clinic, Part 2

Croix-des-Bouquets Medical Clinic, Part 2

The Road to Croix-des-Bouquets

The Road to Croix-des-Bouquets