Healthcare & nutrition

Hope for Haiti works to improve the overall health of our partner communities with the patient at the center of this process in a three-pronged strategy:

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KNOW?

Haiti only has 25 physicians and 11 nurses per 100,000 population. Hope for Haiti’s Haitian medical professionals are dedicated to provided quality care to those who need it most.

Prevention & outreach through healthcare & nutrition

Distributing medications and supplies to rural partner facilities throughout the South and providing school-based public health outreach to students and their communities. Haitian medical professionals receive advanced medical training from international specialists to provide greater quality of service and educational resources to their local community.

Treatment & Follow-up Care

Provided at our Infirmary, patients receive low-cost, quality primary, laboratory, dental, surgical, and wound care.

Make an impact – Every dollar counts!

$1 – provide five meals in an emergency
$5 – fund two midwives’ work for a month performing rural home births
$25 – provide an inhaler for 24 asthma patients
$100 – provide a patient suffering from heart problems with a detailed echocardiogram

Meet Alisna

Alisna Menard is at least 100 years old! She used to be homeless and lived on the street, but she was referred to our partner, the Foyer St. Etienne, two years ago. She is often heard saying, “M’ap priye pou ou.” – “I will pray for you.” In partnership with The Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate, Hope for Haiti has long supported the Foyer St. Etienne, a home which cares for elderly, and often abandoned, residents in Les Cayes. As caregiver Fr. Fred Charpentiers says, “For our residents who have left behind the slums, back porches, and a life of begging, this place is indeed a taste of heaven, and finally a real home.”


“Investing in Healthcare is one
of the greatest gifts one can make
to increase the quality of life for an
individual. Our family has seen Hope
for Haiti’s work on the ground firsthand
and the growth of the organization. It is
the staff and their dedication to providing
quality service to those who need
it most, which makes the programs so
successful.”

–Jay and Mary Sandak