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A Home for the Joseph Family

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Jocelène Joseph is the mother of Eveline Michel, a child in Project Medishare’s Orphan and Vulnerable Children Program (OVC). The family is extremely poor and was added to the list of beneficiaries of a housing construction project in the area of Lahoye. This project was...

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2014 Annual Report

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As you know, Project Medishare has been working in Haiti for over 20 years now providing comprehensive community healthcare and development services in rural areas. Our community health programs serve over 100,000 men, women and children from birth to death by utilizing well-trained community health...

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The Ministry of Public Health & Population and Project Medishare Hold a National Training for the Treatment of Cancer in Haiti

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THE MINISTRY OF PUBLIC HEALTH & POPULATION AND PROJECT MEDISHARE HOLD A NATIONAL TRAINING FOR THE TREATMENT OF CANCER IN HAITI Port-au-Prince, Haiti (January 27th, 2015) - The Ministry of Public Health and Population (MSPP), the University of Florida and Project Medishare held an intensive three-day...

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You Are Our World

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Yes, you - our donors and volunteers - create the energy that allows Project Medishare to succeed! Through your gifts of time and money, we are able to provide education and training to strengthen the Haitian healthcare sector. Prior to the earthquake in 2010, 24/7...

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Haiti Trauma Hospital Receives 24-Hour Telemedicine Support

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The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine has just launched a telemedicine program that provides doctors at Haiti’s only trauma, critical care and rehabilitation hospital with access to around-the-clock medical support through live video communication with UM trauma specialists. Located in Port-au-Prince’s Village Solidarite neighborhood,...

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