SBHF's insight into the hunger crisis that has gripped southern Haiti since Hurricane Matthew was influential in bringing attention to the issue.
Heavy rains Tuesday night washed out the road to the hospital and destroyed many crops in the area.
The day after Hurricane Matthew hit, SBHF received a message from Hope Health Action (HHA), a British NGO that operates a hospital and medical services in the north of Haiti.
New SBHF warehouse under construction in Fond-des-Blancs!
On Tuesday, April 4, SBHF helped install a SunSpring Water Filtration System, donated by GE Water, was installed at the ChaCha School to provide safe, clean water for the students there.
Abner Landayan is a contractor working with USAID. Last Sunday he found himself in need of emergency surgery hours away from Port-au-Prince.
Today, on World Water Day, we celebrate and thank SBHF's Ekip Dlo - the team of technicians, WASH experts, and water transporters who keep the water running at St. Boniface Hospital.
GE generously donated two "Clinics in a Can" for SBHF to distribute to clinics in need. The first of these has now been delivered to a clinic in the Archaie region run by the Foundation for Hope and Health in Haiti.
WKKF has awarded SBHF a significant grant to fund long term hurricane response efforts and health systems strengthening in southern Haiti.
Joan Obecny, a nurse practitioner specializing in wound care, is visiting the hospital this month to provide professional development and training for SBHF staff and nurses from across Haiti.
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