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Maternal and Infant Care in Borgne, Haiti

by Haiti Outreach Pwoje Espwa (H.O.P.E.)
Maternal and Infant Care in Borgne, Haiti
Maternal and Infant Care in Borgne, Haiti
Maternal and Infant Care in Borgne, Haiti
Maternal and Infant Care in Borgne, Haiti
Maternal and Infant Care in Borgne, Haiti
Maternal and Infant Care in Borgne, Haiti

This project provides health interventions and treatments for pregnant females and infants in the rural community of Borgne, Haiti.  Donations have assisted in improving life experiences for the vulnerable in this population. In view of the pandemic, each dollar donated makes a difference in recipients' quality of life. The community lacks personal protective equipment and funds to educate the community. Please consider making a difference with your donation.

The H.O.P.E. medical center relies on gift giving to continue its work with tuberculosis treatment, post-natal care and infant/child checkups and treatments. We continue to believe that one of the best solutions for providing better outcomes is through healthier family units. Good infant and child health improve learning and social well-being. Healthy families improve self-sufficiency and survival.

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This project provides health interventions and treatments for pregnant females and infants in the rural community of Borgne, Haiti.  Donations have assisted in improving life experiences for the vulnerable in this population. In view of the pandemic, each dollar donated makes a difference in recipients' quality of life.

The H.O.P.E. medical center relies on gift giving to continue its work with tuberculosis treatment, post-natal care and infant/child checkups and treatments. We continue to believe that one of the best solutions for providing better outcomes is through healthier family units. Good infant and child health improves learning and social well-being. Healthy families improve self-sufficiency and survival.

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The project is going very well.  We continue to offer maternal and Infant health care services in Borgne, Haiti.  Services have aided pregnant females, infants and post-partum females in health care and vaccination needs.  The people of Borgne, are extremely appreciative of our services.

The project, along with fundraising, is ensuring medical equipment and supplies, to keep the designated population healthy, is adequate. The medical doctor is devoted to serving those in need. There continues to be a need for medical services and ensuring women and infants are healthy provides a brighter future for the community. We continue to support the efforts.

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Organization Information

Haiti Outreach Pwoje Espwa (H.O.P.E.)

Location: Rochester, NY - USA
Website:
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @hopehaitiorg
Project Leader:
Carol DeNysschen
Rochester, NY United States
$2,710 raised of $12,000 goal
 
35 donations
$9,290 to go
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