NASTAD Haiti has been working with Haiti’s Ministry of Health (MoH) since 2003. Much of NASTAD Haiti’s work has focused on evaluating, planning, expanding, and supporting comprehensive HIV case-based surveillance, including the development of a national case-based HIV surveillance system, enhanced perinatal surveillance to support care for mothers living with HIV and their exposed infants, and integrated case surveillance for HIV and TB. Case reports are submitted via a web-based platform, built via existing IT infrastructure, which receives case reports in a low-barrier way from most known publicly funded HIV testing, treatment, and care sites in Haiti. At the close of 2014, over 230,000 case reports had been received from four electronic inputs, representing approximately 90% of annual HIV diagnoses. NASTAD Haiti works with the Ministry of Health and other in country partners to create reports and data presentations at both the national and regional levels.
To further support comprehensive HIV surveillance, NASTAD Haiti, and the MoH co-facilitate a National HIV Surveillance Working Group to guide the planning and timing of surveillance activities, as well as the use of generated surveillance data.
19, délégué, ruelle de l’Ind. , La coupe, Port-de-Paix, Haïti
Association des Progressistes pour une Nouvelle Haiti (APRONHA) is an apolitical Organization, created on the initiative of a few people mobilized and committed to ensure that the objectives of the Sustainable Human Development process are achieved and that the basic needs of the population are met. improved.
The idea of creating APRONHA took shape after an in-depth reflection and an extended consultation between these people focusing on two essential axes:
A situation characterized by the uncertainty of human communities facing the future, and this with regard to an analysis of socio-economic, political and environmental parameters and considerations that characterize the contemporary world.
CARE was founded in 1945 when 22 American organizations came together to rush lifesaving CARE Packages to survivors of World War II. Thousands of Americans, including President Harry S. Truman, contributed to the effort. On May 11, 1946, the first 15,000 packages reached the battered port of Le Havre, France.
These early packages were U.S. Army surplus “10-in-1” food parcels intended to provide one meal for 10 soldiers during the planned invasion of Japan. We obtained them at the end of the war and began a service that let Americans send the packages to friends and families in Europe, where millions were in danger of starvation. Ten dollars bought a CARE Package and guaranteed that its addressee would receive it within four months.
Catholic Relief Services carries out the commitment of the Bishops of the United States to assist the poor and vulnerable overseas. We are motivated by the Gospel of Jesus Christ to cherish, preserve and uphold the sacredness and dignity of all human life, foster charity and justice, and embody Catholic social and moral teaching as we act to:
PROMOTE HUMAN DEVELOPMENT by responding to major emergencies, fighting disease and poverty, and nurturing peaceful and just societies; and,
SERVE CATHOLICS IN THE UNITED STATES as they live their faith in solidarity with their brothers and sisters around the world.
As part of the universal mission of the Catholic Church, we work with local, national and international Catholic institutions and structures, as well as other organizations, to assist people on the basis of need, not creed, race or nationality.
FOSREF is a non-governmental Haitian Organization (NGO) that serves the Haitian population since 1988. Its mission is to promote and offer Reproductive Health / Family Planning / Maternal Health / Prevention & Treatment of Infectious Diseases, particularly STI / HIV / AIDS, services to the Haitian population, and improve the living conditions of Haitian families in Haiti. through actions on housing, the environment, professional education, psychosocial support for vulnerable groups.
Weill Cornell Medical College
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New York, NY 10065
GHESKIO Centers in Port-au-Prince, Haiti was the first institution in the world dedicated to the fight against HIV/AIDS. GHESKIO has provided continuous medical care in Haiti since 1982 – never once shutting its doors or charging fees.
Recognizing that the foundation for health and well-being requires more than medical care, GHESKIO’s mission includes maternal and child health and nutrition, provision of clean water and sanitation, primary education, vocational training, and micro-finance programs.
You can help provide refugee relief and urgent medical care by donating funds to support GHESKIO medical clinic in Haiti. Weill Cornell Medical College (WCMC), a partner of GHESKIO since its inception, will receive your donation and ensure that 100% of all funds will go to GHESKIO. WCMC is a 501(c)(3) organization, therefore your donation is tax deductible.
We believe that only the Haitian people can rebuild Haiti. Our mission as an umbrella organization is to seek, manage, audit financial resources, and accurately report to the funding agencies.
Brooklyn, NY 11217
Konbit Mizik Corp. is a NYS 501(c)3 non-profit corporation (EIN # 45-2704968) based in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Originally conceived as a project in the wake of the 2010 earthquake to provide financial relief and joy to Haiti’s talented musical youth, producer & keyboardist Ian Evans teamed up with filmmaker Nick Cannell and they began to seek, record, and film artists in some of the most neglected parts of Port-au-Prince.
With a common love for music and strong community support, Konbit Mizik’s name and recognition grew throughout the streets of Haiti. In 2011, we incorporated and expanded the mission of Konbit Mizik to truly leverage the power of music as a vehicle for social transformation. In August 2013, we received tax-exempt status from the IRS.
Konbit Mizik uses music to engage youth in grassroots organizing, community service, education and development. We accomplish our mission by breaking it into 3 parts:
1) to provide free production, video, and career management services to local, underground musical artists in Haiti
2)[In Development] We are developing a platform to support teachers and classrooms in need of crucial supplies for their students, bought and delivered locally in Haiti.
3) to mobilize communities throughout Haiti with collective action to address local problems and uplift those least fortunate
OUR TRANSPARENCY & ACCOUNTABILITY
Konbit Mizik requires that over 75% of our budget goes directly to program services. All funds expended are reviewed, categorized, and authorized by the multilingual staff of WND Accounting, Inc. to assure complete transparency to our donors.
Konbit Mizik is a culturally- and historically-conscious NGO and we simultaneously reject the perpetuation of Haiti’s dependency on international agencies while we celebrate Haiti’s beauty and riches with the world.
As our movement grows from the ghettos to the mountaintops, Konbit Mizik steadfastly remains committed to “le voix tout moun” or “the voice of the people.”
Spencer, IA 51301
LOVE Takes Root was founded with a mission of cultivating the future of children worldwide. The foundation’s goals are to improve the lives of children through the provision of shelter, education, and health, with the final goal being a self-sustainable organization.