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Trees Give Life in Rural Haiti: Pwogram Pepinyè

September 02, 2014

Though they share the same island, satellite views show a harsh dichotomy between the landscapes of Haiti and the Dominican Republic. The verdant green forests of the Dominican Republic suddenly give way to barren hillsides at the Haitian border, indicative … Read More »


The Team at St. Boniface Hospital: Ms. Ginette

September 18, 2014

Ms. Ginette Elipha speaks passionately about her work as a community health nurse at St. Boniface Hospital. By memory, she rattles off the components of Ti Fwaye, the community health program she supervises. However, she frequently brings the conversation back … Read More »


The Team at St. Boniface Hospital: Dr. Guerrier

August 21, 2014

“I grew up in Ti Goave and saw that the public hospital had problems. Sick people would go and wait for hours only to be turned away and not seen by a physician,” explains Dr. Berthony Guerrier, St. Boniface Hospital’s … Read More »


Rain, Lightning, and Concrete

August 08, 2014

“N ap avanse! We are heralding a new era at St. Boniface Hospital,” Payette Architecture wrote in February 2014. “Upon completion it will be the only guaranteed 24/7 emergency obstetric care and neonatal intensive care for the entire Southern Peninsula … Read More »

All smiles after finishing a healthy meal

SBHF Fights Malnutrition

July 22, 2014

Did you know that three million Haitians – almost 30% of Haiti’s population – live in food insecurity? It is a significant factor in the recent increase in Haiti’s malnutrition prevalence, which jumped from 5.1% to 6.5% in 2013 alone. … Read More »

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