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Hands Up for Haiti has created a Global Health Training Program for medical, nursing students and residents in training in family practice, pediatrics, and ob-gyn. Working under the supervision of experienced physicians and nurses, these students and residents are given the opportunity to work in a resource poor country such as Haiti and to participate in research projects and educational programs for the communities we serve. 


September 4, 2012

We are excited to report that Santé Pou Yo clinic is now functioning under its much needed and much anticipated new roof. The timing of this completion coincides with the passing of Hurricane Isaac and the upcoming return of school classes.

roof refurb update

Thank you to all of our supporters, including Positive Legacy, The Freemasons of the Grand Lodge of Scotland and Builders’ Without Borders. 


On Friday June 29, 2012, Haiti Village Health celebrated the achievements of the trainees involved in the Traditional Birth Attendant (TBA) training program. Gathered at the guesthouse for the afternoon alongside the TBA trainees, were all HVH/Santé Pou Yo personnel, Dr. Emmanuelle Britton, Women’s Health Director and Hannah Steadman, Country Director. Miss Youselène Pierre-Louis, (Santé Pou Yo nurse and Traditional Birth Attendant trainer), conducted the ceremony as the audience members discussed the training program, shared stories, ate, sang, danced, and gave thanks.


Copyright by Haiti Village Health 2012