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From Death to Life: Treating HIV In Southern Haiti

November 14, 2014

HIV in Haiti First discovered in 1981, HIV quickly became a worldwide epidemic as globalizing forces enabled its spread across land and between continents. Millions of people fell ill from this fatal disease and developed AIDS, which crippled their immune … Read More »


The Team at St. Boniface Hospital: Erick Jolicoeur

October 27, 2014

“I wouldn’t exist without St. Boniface Hospital,” Erick says as he checks the glowing readout in the cool early morning air, preparing the generator to deliver electricity to the hospital – electricity will enable the treatment of hundreds of patients today. … Read More »


4 Stars from Charity Navigator

October 14, 2014

As of October 1, 2014, the St. Boniface Haiti Foundation is proud to announce that we have been awarded another 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, America’s leading charity evaluator.  2014 marks the eighth consecutive year St. Boniface Haiti Foundation has … Read More »


Chronic Disease: Abner’s Struggle

October 02, 2014

“My name is Abner,” he says, hiding his face with his sheet. He slowly lets it fall from his grasp to reveal a painful rash around his mouth and props his emaciated body up on one arm, holding onto the IV pole … 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 »

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