Yesterday was the anniversary of the massive earthquake that impacted Haiti in 2010. Nearly a decade later, over 50,000 people still reside in temporary housing, and diseases like cholera continue to threaten the island’s public health. IMANA Medical Relief’s SaveHaiti project is our most ambitious and extensive health care project. We’ve been on the ground in Haiti since the earthquake struck, and remain steadfastly committed. Our HOPE clinic serves the local population, and our volunteers visit twice a year to provide medical services. Here is a poetic reflection called “The Boy That Smiled,” written by past SaveHaiti volunteer Dr. Hamid Kadiwala.