WHAT WE DO AND WHY

We believe that one of the biggest obstacles developing nations must overcome is the lack of essential health care for its citizens. At Project Haiti, we aim to raise money for modernized mobile clinics and health worker stipends to help the Haitian population live a healthier, happier, life. Mobile clinics are a particularly important point of focus, especially in rural areas still suffering from the aftermath of the pandemic. In many instances, mobile clinics are the only health resource families in rural areas have access to.

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THE NUMBERS

  • Haiti is statistically the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere

  • 40% of population lacks access to essential health services

  • The CDC reports that the 7 leading causes of death in Haiti (ranging from respiratory infections to malaria) are all easily treatable

  • In rural areas, up to 60% of the population lacks access to essential health services