Boston Native and Heartline Haiti founder Beth Mchoul Trains for the Boston Marathon in Port Au Prince Haiti.

Bostonian Beth Mchoul has changed diapers, saved lives, adopted kids, birthed babies, and done all she can to make a difference in this harsh place she calls home. She could do so much more if she had a maternity center.

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Boston and Port Au Prince Haiti (PRWEB) April 06, 2014

After 25 years of raising babies, adopting babies, teaching moms, teaching English, feeding the hungry, saving lives, mentoring others and doing her best to make a difference,Beth Mchoul wanted to do more. She wanted to help the hoards of moms and babies being born in the worst possible conditions. So Beth became a midwife.Once she became a midwife the moms came and rooms of the Heartline school were turned into birthing centers. All of this showed Beth how desperately they needed a maternity center to meet this huge need. So she planned a place where women could get solid medical care during their pregnancy and delivery and the dream of the maternity center was born.
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Her coworker Barry took on the great challenge of running across haiti in 21 days to fund raise for the center. The run didn't raise enough money, but it did light a fire.He raised over 200k about half of whats needed Beth has taken up the challenge to complete the task. Below is a documentary on Barrys run.

http://youtu.be/UO8CAgDAIYY


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