What began as an annual Christmas toy distribution by the Man Dodo Humanitarian Foundation in the southern Haitian village of Cavaillon, has become a medical mission attracting dozens of South Florida nurses and other non-healthcare professionals.
Jeff Lozama still remembers the image that launched his and his siblings’ annual humanitarian mission to Haiti nine years ago this month.
“There was a storm and it was raining hard,” said Lozama, a South Florida businessman, who was attending an aunt’s funeral in Haiti when his brother Ed, a well-known Creole-radio journalist, “saw this kid playing in the mud with a makeshift car, and pointed him out.”
Man Dodo Humanitarian Foundation INC, a 501 (c)(3) registered Non-profit organization with volunteers from all over the United States and Haiti. The inspiration for Man Dodo Humanitarian Foundation came from the work that Evanne “Man Dodo” Lozama dedicated her life to helping Read More>>>.