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Clinton Foundation

Mirebalais Hospital Project

The Mirebalais Hospital project is the first major effort to restore and revitalize Haiti’s healthcare infrastructure. The hospital closed in 2008 after the agency that had been operating it stopped providing services, leaving 140,000 local residents without essential medical care. In 2009, the Haitian Ministry of Health reached out to Partners In Health (PIH) to help fill this gap, and PIH began designing a hospital that would meet the needs of the local community.

The hospital will be the largest public hospital outside of the capital city with 320 beds when completed at the end of 2011. The hospital will also contain extensive clinical facilities including an intensive care unit and an operating theater complex with 6 operating rooms while providing quality education to nurses, medical students and resident physicians. Read more.

The BRAC Limb and Brace Center

The Clinton Bush Haiti Fund is helping BRAC — a member of the Clinton Global Initiative — to establish a Haitian Limb and Brace Center that will help injured and disabled Haitians get back to work. Read more.

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