The Foundation of Hope and Health in Haiti was created in the aftermath of the January 2010 earthquake in Haiti, which had a devastating effect on the island. The foundation primary philanthropic focus is providing healthcare and community support to the poorest and under served areas of Haiti in a compassionate and dignified manner.
On January 12, 2010 at 4:53 PM, the island of Haiti was shaken to its core by a 7.0 magnitude earthquake. The pictures from the first 24 hours both saddened and inspired people to action.
FHHH primary philanthropic focus is providing free healthcare to the poorest and underserved areas in Haiti, however our mission is both medical and moral as such FHHH has established programs to support and develop a population in need. FHHH’s programs include but not limited to:
Malnutrition and diseases related to hunger cause about six in ten childhood deaths, or approximately 5 million per year in the world.read more
Although providing health care is the major part of our commitment, we aim to bring hope as well as health. In Haiti, only 1 out of 3 children enteringread more
Haiti’s healthcare statistics in Haiti are astoundingly worse than the regional average. 47% of Haitians have no or limited access to medicalread more
FHHH has three fully staffed and functioning clinics with well stocked pharmacies in Carries, Vignier and Ile a Vaches which provides free medical care 7 days a week. Our clinics offersread more
You can get involved by making a donation or joining us. No donation or degree of involvement is ever too small.
Confronting Children Malnutrition We are publishing this small narrative to give you an idea of the evolution of malnutrition in Haiti, especially in Carries andREAD MORE
Foundation for Hope and Health in Haiti FHHH One of the real joys of the holidays is the opportunity to say “Thank You.” Thanks toREAD MORE
Teenage Pregnancy Teen pregnancy is a major global health issue with often dire consequences especially in poor countries such as Haiti. Approximately 16 million girlsREAD MORE