Friends of the Children of Haiti (FOTCOH) provides life-saving support to over 15,000 Haitians patients at the FOTCOH medical clinic in Jacmel, Haiti. Every year, hundreds of volunteers travel to the FOTCOH clinic to provide medical care to Haitians in need.
Richard and Barbara Hammond starting traveling to Haiti in the 70’s on medical mission to providing life-saving support to the Haitian people. In 2000, the FOTCOH clinic was completed in Cyvadier, Haiti. 6 times a year, volunteer medical teams travel to the clinic to treat patients, and in between, mini clinics are run by a Haitian doctor so patients can continue to receive the care and medication they need. The clinic sees upwards of 15,000 Haitian patients each year.
Friends of the Children of Haiti works to:
– Bring doctors, nurses, EMTs, pharmacists and other medical professionals to work at our clinic to triage injuries, treat illness, offer prenatal care and perform major surgery
– Fighting hunger with our Medika Mamba nutrition program.
– Creating economic opportunity by training and employing a Haitian staff at our clinic
Peoria, Illinois 61652
Our commitment to improving the health of the people of Thiotte, in southeast Haiti, began in 1997 with a small group of care providers led by Dr. Maureen Murphy. Since then, HMMW has made over 75 trips to Thiotte. Volunteer teams of 8 - 12 healthcare professionals and non-medical volunteers provide general and specialized medical care and surgery to the area's 160,000+ people.
In 2001, HMMW built and furnished a medical clinic, Centre de Santé Sacré-Cœur de Thiotte (CSST), and began treating patients there in 2002. HMMW's presence in Thiotte and our ability to facilitate relationships between the local Haitian people and other US and international organizations interested in providing assistance to Haiti, has resulted in the people of Thiotte receiving considerably more assistance than our organization could have provided alone. Now, Thiotte also possesses a hospital and continuous medical care is available through Centre de Santé Sacré-Cœur de Thiotte (CSST). With support from HMMW, the clinic and hospital together currently employ a staff of approximately 18 Haitians, including: a family practice physician, nurses, community healthcare workers, a lab and eye technician, clinic administrator and support assistants.
Each year we will provide care through one vision screening, lens distribution and eye surgery mission team, one dental team and two general surgery and medical teams. HMMW also contributes significant funds toward Centre de Santé Sacré-Cœur de Thiotte (CSST) lead medical staff salaries and works to facilitate relationships that contribute to CSST improving and expanding medical care for people living in and around Thiotte, in Haiti's South East Department.
HMMW volunteer medical mission teams complement the fine care provided in our absence by Dr. Jean Judeson and the CSST staff. Our eye health team, partners with Dr. Reynold Monsanto, Dr. Frantz Large, and the Haitian Society of Ophthalmology to provide sight-saving care.
NORTHEAST HOPE FOR HAITI IS COMPRISED OF A DIVERSE GROUP OF PEOPLE REACHING OUT TO THE PEOPLE OF HAITI.
Initially responding to the devastation which occurred that twelfth day of January, 2010, a group of North Country doctors & nurses came together to go and help the people of Haiti under the sponsorship of New Hope Baptist Church, Watertown, New York. In February 2010 the team traveled to Haiti for one week to set up desperately needed health clinics. During that week our team cared for 2,643 people. The work that was accomplished and the destruction that was witnessed left it’s mark on each and every member of our team
Watertown, NY 13601
The St. Boniface Haiti Foundation is dedicated to providing essential health services to the people of Southern Haiti, especially the most vulnerable. We are committed to building a comprehensive, efficient, and resilient health system that provides high quality care. We believe that ensuring access to life-saving and life-changing health services is a critical component to building strong and productive communities.
Working in partnership with local communities, we will transform Haiti’s southern peninsula by ensuring that all people, regardless of their ability to pay, have access to high-quality, compassionate health care. By improving health, we will reduce unnecessary suffering and improve the standard of living for the entire region. SBHF’s success will prove that quality health care can be a sustainable reality in Haiti, and will offer a model for health care systems in resource-poor settings around the world.
383 Elliot St., Door G, Suite 100
Newton Upper Falls, MA 02464
Step-By-Step Haiti is a comprehensive diabetic foot program for Haiti located Hospital Bernard Mevs Project Medishare Wound Care Center.
The mission of Step-by-Step Haiti is to establish a formal diabetic foot care program in Haiti to reduce amputations and subsequently save lives
Franklin, IN 46131 USA