Project Medishare | 2017 Year in Review
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2017 Year in Review

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Last year was one of many changes and challenges — in the U.S. government, the Haitian government and within Project Medishare. But through it all, our team remained committed to our mission of empowering Haitians to provide and receive access to healthcare — a mission that reflects not just my professional goal, but also a personal one. I wholeheartedly believe this is what will make healthcare in Haiti sustainable.


Project Medishare took several positive steps forward throughout 2017. We strengthened our leadership capacity in Haiti with the addition of a new Country Director and Operations Director. We also added more full-time community health agents and skilled midwives to our team to meet the growing demand for healthcare in the communities we serve. Our partnerships with local organizations, universities, medical volunteers and the support of donors allowed us to continue investing in the training and education of our staff, and ensured we had the tools and resources needed to improve the quality of services we provide.



I’m so proud of the hard work and dedication of our team, and what we were able to accomplish last year. I hope you’ll take the time to read the full year in review to learn more about how you helped us positively impact the lives of Haitian families.



Our accomplishments would not be possible without your generosity and support. I truly appreciate each and every donor, volunteer, board and staff member who helps us provide life-changing healthcare in Haiti. Thank you for your support. Thank you for making a difference!


Renee Lewis
Executive Director