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School Health Program

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The Community health program is about working as a team to reach the most remote areas and people. Project Medishare’s “Sante Scolaire” (School Health) program was recently rolled out in the remote area of Haiti’s Central Plateau. This program targets children of primary school age...

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World Health Worker Week 2015

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This week, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) joined the global health community in celebrating World Health Worker Week. The Third Annual World Health Worker Week is an opportunity to activate communities, partners and policy makers in support of health workers in our Haitian...

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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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Happy Holidays

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In the midst of your busy Holiday schedule, we ask that you take a moment to "Take a Deep Breath". For a Haitian family that has a child suffering from a respiratory infection, the words "take a deep breath" are very significant. Thanks to the...

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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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