Mission MANNA: Local doctors share story of their work in Haiti

In our Dec. 8 issue, UNCA student Lorin Mallorie shared the story of local doctors and volunteers helping Haiti in its latest health crisis. Click through to view a video interview with some of those volunteers, including Asheville’s own Dr. Derek Dephouse.

Mission Manna from Unsung Media Productions on Vimeo.


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  1. Bill Buchanan

    Asheville Youth Mission and The YMI Cultural Center are connecting with Mission Manna and others to host a tour of dancers and drummers from Haiti. The group will perform at the Diana Wortham Theater Friday, Jan. 7, at 7pm and at The Orange Peel, Saturday, Jan. 8, at 1pm. Proceeds go to rebuild the St. Joseph Home for Boys in Port au Prince, which was destroyed in the earthquake. For more information or for group rates, call 231-4634.

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