Health Ministries for Haiti works to build the capacity of its sister organization, Foundation Good Samaritan in Action (FBSA), to deliver high-quality health services to the community. Founded in 2003, FBSA employs Haitian healthcare professionals to provide:

  • Primary Care: outpatient management of acute and chronic disease, illness and injury, and maternal/child care
  • Preventive Medicine: adult and childhood immunizations, family planning, breastfeeding support, and health education
  • Public Health: communicable disease investigation and follow-up (e.g. Cholera), sanitation, and hygiene education

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HMH supports these efforts by providing training and technical assistance, continuing education opportunities for healthcare providers, and general operating support.

The clinic operates five days a week, providing desperately needed healthcare, amidst construction to expand and improve the clinic facilities.

“The idea that some lives matter less is the root of all that’s wrong with the world.”
—DR. PAUL FARMER, Medical Anthropologist & Humanitarian