Moncton doctor Haiti-bound on Behalf of The Salvation Army

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It’s exactly eight weeks since a massive earthquake rocked Haiti Jan. 12, leaving an estimated 200,000 dead, a country in ruins, and untold injured and homeless.

As time has gone on, the world’s eyes have turned to new problems, but the crisis in the tiny Caribbean nation continues and Metro Monctonians are still finding ways to lend a hand. Li is heading to Haiti with the Salvation Army. He is a member of the Moncton congregation of the church.Read full story…

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Dr. John Li of Moncton is going to Haiti to work and help the people of the country that was devastated by an earthquake in January.

Photo by RON WARD/TIMES & TRANSCRIPT

 

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