Hearts Together for Haiti is a Canadian charitable organization working in Labadie and its surrounding communities. The implementation of new schools, various medical, educational and nutritional programs are at the heart of HTFH's work. HTFH runs the Clinique Sante Pou Yo near Limbe staffed by a full time Haitian RN, and part time Haitian MD. 10/27/2009 Organization in transition, website down too.
Located in Yamaranguila, near La Esperanza. Ministries include student sponsorship, mountain evangelism and church planting. Full-time RN does medical clinics throughout the year in surrounding villages and up in the Opalaca Mountains.
H3O Hands Helping Haiti is building a school for the local community of Savannette, and a medical center in Papaye. They built a water reservoir for Savannette and distributed pigs in rural Cyvadier. Annual medical mission in March.
Helping Hands for Honduras (HHH) has established contacts with several hospitals in the United States which admit children from Honduras to perform life saving surgery, pro bono. Helping Hands for Honduras is responsible for obtaining and sending the necessary medical test results to these hospitals for evaluation. Upon acceptance, HHH works with the Consular Section in the United States Embassy In Tegucigalpa, Honduras to obtain visas for the children and their mothers to come to the United States for medical treatment.
The Helping Hands Foundation is dedicated to providing reconstructive surgical procedures to individuals in developing countries as well as domestically. In addition to conducting short term surgical missions, the Helping Hands Foundation has on occasion brought patients to the Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis, MD for reconstructive surgical procedures.
Since 1996, HHMM has hosted 16 medical missions in Mexico, 8 in El Salvador, 3 in Venezuela, 3 in Brazil, 1 in Dominican Republic, 1 in Guatemala and served more than 52,000 patients. Each mission is one week long. 5 missions are scheduled yearly.
An evangelical Christian ministry created to meet the physical and spiritual needs of the people of Honduras. Sends medical missions. Will open a permanent dental clinic in Talanga, Francisco Morazan in 2008. Will need some assistance with the start up of the clinic.
Helping Honduras Kids exists to bring education, opportunity, food, shelter, medical care and a loving family environment to disadvantaged children in Honduras. They work with Children's Village Orphanage and operate a dental clinic in El Pital.
HELPS International's goal is to assist the poor of the Guatemala highlands. Sends medical/surgical teams to rural areas. 65 member highly trained medical/ surgical teams travel to rural areas throughout Guatemala. These teams are composed of general, ob/gyn, plastic and eye surgeons, dentists, pharmacists, operating room and recovery nurses, general practitioner physicians, and anesthesiologists.
Provides plastic and reconstructive surgery for needy children and dental care and dental health education to families who do not have access to these services. We currently work in Guatemala and Mexico.
HIS Servants Ministries is a Christian mission organization that is active in several places throughout the world, including Guatemala and Belize. They are building a medical clinic in San Juan Ermita, Chiquimula, Guatemala and send short-term medical teams to this clinic.
Int'l. alliance of organizations working together in the areas of education, capacity building, health and development. Made up of Las Comunidades Unidas, ASHONPLAFA, Honduran Ministry of Health and UNC-Chapel Hill.
Founded in 1995 to provide medical and surgical care to children in Honduras with cleft lip, cleft palate and other congenital or acquired deformities. The Institute also runs a 3-year plastic surgery training program for Honduran doctors at Hospital Escuela in Tegucigalpa and provides scholarships.
Honduras Baptist Medical Dental Mission provides assistance for volunteer mission teams including doctors, nurses, pharmacists, veterinarians and others to poor villages and rural areas of Honduras. In some cases they provide sponsorship of people for surgery in the U.S. that cannot be performed in Honduras.
Honduras Good Works is a nonprofit organization called to minister to the people of Honduras so they break the cycle of poverty and improve the destiny of their lives. The organization is focused on enhancing the health, education and spiritual lives of the people of Honduras.
The Honduras Medical Mission, made up of volunteers from the Episcopalian Diocese of Mississippi, has for more than 20 years provided medical, dental, and veterinary services for the people of two villages in Honduras.
Honduras Outreach, Inc. (HOI) operates four medical clinics with Honduran medical staff. The main focus of North American involvement in the health and medical program is support of Honduran health professionals. HOI also encourages North American specialists who can help by seeing patients with disorders that are difficult to address in Honduras and by helping to train local medical personnel.
Christian organization that supports two medical clinics, one in Tricon and one in Mariani, Haiti. The Mariani clinic, staffed by a pediatrician, nurse, and pharmacist, serves over 7,000 people annually, providing powdered milk, rice, cooking oil, and vitamins twice each month. Mothers and children also receive free medicine and free doctor examinations. The staff at Tricon includes a physician and a nurse.
Hope for a Healthier Humanity actively engages in procuring donations of medications and medical equipment and encourages increased access to educational and training opportunities for healthcare planners and practitioners. An example of one such project is a collaborative effort with the Dental School of the Catholic University of Tegucigalpa, Honduras. Through this collaboration HHH sends general and specialist dentists to Honduras multiple times each year, in order that they may teach students and faculty in the Dental School and local area hospitals.
Hope for Honduras medical teams travel to care for the people of Mogote. They are trying to bridge the gap in public health care by providing ongoing basic health care now and by constructing a modern medical clinic for the future.
Hope Force International is a disaster relief organization comprised of a group of trained volunteers including doctors, nurses, firemen and paramedics. Hope Force International provides medical, economic ,and reconstruction services to areas within the United States and Haiti.
Hospitals of Hope sends short term medical and dental teams to countries worldwide, including Haiti. Hospitals of Hope have constructed four medical clinics for use in Haiti through their "Clinic in a Can" program which assembles and ships ready to use medical clinics built in a shipping container.
Mission Statement: The goal of Medical Mission Exchange(MMEX) is to facilitate referrals of underserved patients to appropriate medical specialists in Belize, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Honduras and Guatemala.