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  • Aesclepius Medical Society (AMS)

    Mobile Health Clinics Project for Haiti

    AMS proposes to obtain multiple Mobile Medical Vans equipped with items for urgent and primary care serving several regions of Haiti (Leogane, Jacmel, Port-au-Prince, Delmas and other areas affected by the 2010 earthquake). The vans would be deployed bi-weekly with a medical team to address the mental health needs of earthquake survivors with special attention to children The proposal was submitted to both the Ministry of Health and the National Health Committee in Haiti and has also been presented to USAID and health projects grantors in Florida and Washington D.C.  AMS is seeking for prospective grantors and funding agencies to support this project. Read more.

    Aesclepius Medical Society, Inc
    1452 Flatbush Avenue, Suite 3

    Brooklyn, NY 11210
    Email: or

    Go to AESCLEPIUS Medical Society's Website

  • 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.

    Go to Clinton Foundation's Website

  • Haiti Medical Education (HME) Project

    The HME Project’s goal is to preserve and further the education of Haitian medical students, working in alliance with Haitian medical leadership, faculty and students. They aim to restore and build upon the infrastructure and curriculum of Haitian medical schools while strengthening relationships with schools and nonprofits throughout Haiti, and translating those relationships into real progress for Haiti’s medical education. Read more.

  • Housing Works

    AIDS and Family Clinics in Haiti

    Housing Works and three other New York City AIDS groups have banded together to fund and operate 3 desperately needed clinics in Haiti. The other New York City organizations contributing to this urgent effort included Aid for AIDS, the Caribbean Women’s Health Center, and Diaspora Community Services.

    Clinic 1 will be located in Port-au-Prince specifically on the grounds of ASON, a grassroots AIDS service organization.
    Clinic 2 known as Centre Medico-social de Port-au-Prince will be reopened at Port-au-Prince delivering primary care services.
    Clinic 3 will be located in St.-Marc, north of Port-au-Prince to serve families living with HIV/AIDS.Read more.

  • Medical Benevolence Foundation

    Haiti Health Project

    Hôpital Sainte Croix (HSC) is located in Leogâne, twenty miles west of Port-au-Prince and has been affected by the earthquake that devastated Haiti in January 2010. The hospital has since needed major repairs, reconstruction and more functionality. HSC was founded in 1968 as a small outpatient clinic which became a full-service referral hospital serving the peninsula of Haiti. Medical Benevolence Foundation has plans to rebuild the hospital and has developed a plan with the Episcopal Diocese to achieve their vision of revitalizing the hospital’s operational services and its village clinics. Read more.

    Medical Benevolence Foundation

    3100 S. Gessner, Ste 210

    Houston, Texas 77063
    Phone: 800-547-7627 Fax: 713-782-0051

    Go to Medical Benevolence Foundation's Website

  • Renewal 4 Haiti

    Camejo Hospital

    Renewal 4 Haiti is committed to raising the funds and equipment necessary to complete the construction of Hôpital Camejo in Léogâne, Haiti. In addition, they want to expand the hospital to include a vocational training center. Read more.

    18625 East Dorado Drive
    Aurora, CO 80015
    Phone: 720-530-6975

    Go to Renewal 4 Haiti's Website

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