On behalf of the entire NPH and St Luke team, we wish you a wonderful 2023, marked by peace and prosperity!
We wish this for you, for Haiti, for the world.
We take the opportunity to report on our project out of the capital.
Port Salut is a commune of Haiti located on the south coast of the country, it has a population of approximately 60,000 and is 30 km from the city of Les Cayes.
St Luke does not only work in Port-Au-Prince, the capital of the country, but we are also in these following provincial areas: in the North in Limonade,in the Grand Anse in Dame-Marie and Laseringue,in the South East in Devarennes and in the South in St Louis du Sud,Camperin and Port Salut , working in the field of health, education, agriculture and Outreach. We always work alongside the underprivileged masses.
In the South, in Port Salut, we have a clinic called “Klinik Timoun Nou Yo” offering the following services consultations, vaccines, management of malnutrition, and laboratory. There are also 2 Guesthouses named “Kay Espoir” and “Kay Bò Lamè”. The Port Salut Program has a total of 44 employees.
The “Klinik Timoun Nou You” welcomes around 600 underprivileged children each month.We pick them up with our ambulance in various remote places. They often have diarrhea,scabiosis, urinary infections and suffer from malnutrition.
With only a small contribution they receive a medical consultation, laboratory tests and medication. In 4 years we were able to treat 28,800 children.
Often noting that the parents are also sick, the team decided 4 months ago to open a clinic for adults. Each month we welcome around 250 adults. We would like to always be able to help the most vulnerable of these patients so that they can receive quality care.
We make sure they can find medicine at our pharmacy. We are doing our best to help them recover in order to avoid the risk of being hospitalized.
We would like to improve the quality of service offered to the population every day. In order to do this we need an x-ray machine, sonography machine and a biochemistry machine for our laboratory in order to be able to better diagnose diseases in patients.
We would also like to provide a dental service for the benefit of the population.
We plan to build a vocational center for the benefit of people in the area so that they do not have to travel to the town of Les Cayes to learn a profession.
Thank you for your attention and support.
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