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ServeHaiti

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Haiti

ServeHAITI's vision for Grand-Bois is a thriving, self-sustaining mountain community whose residents have access to healthcare, education, economic opportunities, clean drinking water, and nutritious food. By working in solidarity with our Haitian counterparts, our goal is to help alleviate unnecessary human suffering in this impoverished region. ServeHAITI's Medical team sets forth a vision of healthy people in healthy communities in Grand-Bois, Haiti via a strong dedication to the improvement of community development, education, prevention, and care of individual health issues. This vision is achieved through the application of evidence-based measures and guided by the demands of the target population. Public health programming was kicked into high gear with the PEPFAR-NPI program funded via USAID from 2006-2010, and the legacy of that program lives on through the work of an on-site social worker and community health workers in the field.

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