Inequality In Haiti

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It is so true Nolma that everything is a luxury and privilege in Haiti. I too grew up in Haiti and lived there for 20 years until I moved here in United States. I can only remember one day that my mother took me to see a doctor because I fell off from a stair and was in pain. Healthcare is only available to the rich people. Sometimes, the middle class can only afford to go get a diagnosis with no treatment because they can’t afford it. One of my friends died in Haiti after she spent a week in a hospital, and the doctor still couldn’t give the family a diagnosis. She was in coma, and the doctor asked the family to take her by taxi to a lab center far away from the hospital in order to get her lab drawn. The hospital didn’t even have a laboratory
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