There were nearly a dozen packs, old Army packs, outside the quaint Rincon apartment impregnated with clothes, medicines, and lots of vitamins, each with a yellow plastic bags tied to the top, ready to go
“Everybody gets worm medicine,” said Austine Smith. “Then we give them vitamins after that to build their system up; we take a ton of vitamins down there.”
These medicines and vitamins are used to treat malnutrition in the Haitian people served through Smith’s organization, the Foundling House.
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