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Through a public-private partnership with the Haitian Ministry of Public Health and Population (MSPP), HHP fills in the service gaps due to a lack of public resources.  While MSPP provides immunizations, family planning, some essential medical personnel and equipment, HHP collaborates with them on the implementation of national and regional health initiatives.



Women International Leaders (WIL) of Greater Philadelphia  invests in underserved women globally who take the lead in becoming self-sufficient, elevating their families and communities.. Since 2007, WIL has improved the status of women around the world with projects ranging from microfinance to service projects to program grants. WIL has continuously supported the women of Southeast Haiti, most recently with a generous donation that made possible the safe birth center in Marjofre.  

Each year since 2016 AmeriCares Medical Outreach Program donated hundreds of pounds of medicine and supplies to the clinic in Marjofre. Volunteers hand-carry these resources from the States, to be distributed free of charge during patient consults in Marjofre and during mobile clinics. 

Starting in 2022, AmeriCares provides support for our clinic, birth center as well as outreach servies. 

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The mission of Global Force for Healing is to end preventable maternal and newborn deaths by supporting the scaling of effective community-based, culturally respectful care and related education in underserved areas around the globe. The grassroots programs work in partnership with local communities, are responsive to their needs, and trust in their wisdom. HHP is proud to be a partner since 2019


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Batey Relief Alliance helps create a safe, productive and self-sufficient environment for children and their families severely affected by extreme poverty, disease, and hunger in the U.S., Latin America and the Caribbean. HHP and BRA work together along the Dominican/Haitian border to improve health care for the people on the frontier.

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