I Am An Emergency Room Nurse

Live from Haiti blog by Karina Bethje I am an emergency room nurse. I work on high adrenaline. I’m reactionary. I’m a Neanderthal. It may have been with these instincts that I immediately said ‘yes’ to the head of Hope For Haiti Foundation Surgery Shirley Winkler when she asked me to join her second surgical trip in February 2013…. (Read More)

Surgery In A Suitcase

Surgery in a Suitcase Becoming a Routine I’m losing track of the number of surgery trips we’ve made, but I believe this is our 6th trip (Feb 18-25, 2017). I know we have done 175 cases (35 cases per trip) so far in the five previous trips. There are several new things on this trip… (Read More)

Solar Project

Below, you will read from a great supporter of HFHF—how he got involved, and the project he wants you to help make happen! Friends and Fellow Supporters, Over the past several years, I’ve become involved with Hope for Haiti Foundation and participated in several of their fundraising events. Last December, I was gratefully able to… (Read More)

Hurricane Matthew – Helping 273 Families in Haiti

An update from our founder, Jean Elade Eloi   As you are probably aware, the community where Hope for Haiti Foundation has been working for the last 16 years – Bainet and its districts –  experienced some devastation during the landfall of Hurricane Matthew in October. Fortunately, our community partners did not experience any loss of life. But, they… (Read More)

Healthy Babies Born – Help Build the Birthing Center

Hope for Haiti Foundation is proud to announce Macdala Imbry has attained the level of Nurse Midwife (Sage Femme) by graduating from a 2-year program for advanced nursing study at Midwives for Haiti. Macdala joins Pierrelise Joseph in caring for women in our clinics in Zorangé and Gandou. Adding a second midwife will certainly increase… (Read More)

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