A New Approach to Battling Diseases in Haiti With Open-Air Clinics
Here is a picture of signaling a new approach to battling diseases in Haiti. Architects taking advantage of Haiti's Caribbean environment with Open-Air Clinics
Haiti is opening two new healthcare clinics. Applying a new design principle, they are open air and have been relatively inexpensive to build.
Architects of the new clinics have used the tropical climate to allow island cross breezes to filter through the structures, bringing relief to patients.
The new clinics will be used to treat cholera and tuberculosis patients. It is hoped these clinics will be models for other poor countries that don't have funding for expensive, conventional structures.