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Shop for a Cause This Thanksgiving

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Just in time for the holidays, Invicta​ has produced an incredible LIMITED EDITION watch to help Project Medishare continue to provide comprehensive health and development services and building capacity in Haiti. This Thanksgiving weekend, The Invicta Care Foundation is once again going the extra mile for Haiti with an Invicta Marathon dedicated to...

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Newsletter: July-October 2014

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Back to School in Haiti All around the world it’s “Back to School” time. In Haiti’s Central Plateau, school children face numerous preventable health risks and a lack of access to basic healthcare. Many of their parents are unable to pay school fees and struggle to...

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Training and Education Programs in Haiti

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Program  Highlight:  Training  and  Education  Program [caption id="attachment_4510" align="aligncenter" width="295"] Training in the spinal cord unit, Hospital Bernard Mevs[/caption] The training and education of Haitian medical staff is an integral part of Project Medishare’s mission. Medishare has a vision of a country made up of well-trained Haitian...

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“Unbreakable: A Story of Hope and Healing in Haiti” at DocMiami International Festival

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Haitian Amputees’ Story of Triumph and Survival Featured at DocMiami International Film Festival  “Unbreakable” reveals how Miami-based Project Medishare and the Knights of Columbus helped earthquake amputees overcome disability and stigmas in Haiti NEW HAVEN, Conn. — A documentary about hope and healing in the midst of the horrific...

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Back to School in Haiti

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All around the world it’s “Back to School” time. In Haiti’s Central Plateau, school children face numerous preventable health risks and a lack of access to basic healthcare. Many of their parents are unable to pay school fees and struggle to provide enough food to...

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World Humanitarian Day

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On World Humanitarian Day, we would like to take the opportunity to extend a special thank you to Project Medishare's volunteers. Your dedication is crucial to the success of our programs in the Central Plateau and at Hospital Bernard Mevs. You have helped to save...

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