Mission Manna provides medical care for malnourished children and continuing health care education for adults in and around the Haitian town of Montrouis, while nurturing relationships through respect and creation of understanding between our two cultures.
Dr. Tom Plaut, a physician at MAHEC and an organizer in Mission Manna's program in Haiti, heads a panel of other WNC health care and medical professionals who have been to the country and will talk about the issues and complexities they have encountered in working there.
Refreshments at 7 p.m., presentation at 7:30, Tuesday, Sept. 7 at the Manheimer Room at the Reuter Center on the UNCA campus.
This program is put on by the World Affairs Council of WNC, the UNCA Political Science Dept. and the NC Center for Creative Retirement.
$8 general admission, but free to subscribing members of the World Affairs Council of Western North Carolina, joint NCCCR – WAC-WNC members, and full time UNCA students.
For further information call George Peery at (828) 242-6380 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org