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Middleton doctors still helping Haiti


MADISON (WKOW)-- Progress has been made in Haiti since the earthquake one year ago, thanks to your donations and support of local people who go there to help.

We first introduced you to Doctors Elizabeth Pritts and Dave Olive just after the earthquake.

The couple adopted two girls from Haiti before the earthquake.

The girls are happy and doing well.

Midlyne is now 7-years-old and Taina is 10.

Pritts and Olive have volunteered in Haiti for years through Family Healthy Ministries.

The group has worked hard the last few months helping Haitians rebuild.

"We've rebuilt 25 homes in our different communities," said Dr. Pritts. "We've rebuilt clinics. We're working on rebuilding the orphanage in Fondwa and also the school in Fondwa. And, soon we'll break ground for the hospital."

"People still care," said Dr. Olive. "People still contact us. People are still sending gifts. They're still raising funds. They're still getting medications for us to take to Haiti. They're still getting stuffed animals. People are still involved in this community and that's a great thing."

Doctor Pritts plans to go to Haiti again this summer.

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