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About Us

Our Mission: Our goal is to improve health and wellness for the citizens of Haiti by educating highly skilled nurses. Our Motivation: Nurses are the front-line of health and wellness in a society.  They are the primary source of care…

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Educate Yourself

About Haiti CIA – The World Factbook: Haiti Culture of Haiti Haitian US Embassy Health in Haiti Nursing Shortage in Haiti WHO – Haiti PowerPoints: Topics in Nursing Basic Infection Control Contrôle des infections de base

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All donations benefit Promoting Health in Haiti, a not-for-profit with 501(c)(3) tax exempt status, formed by nursing faculty at Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing at Hunter College, to help improve the conditions of nursing school in Haiti.  Donations may be made…


2014 Spring Trip to Haiti

All photos by Justine Reyes

Adopt-A-Nurse-for-Haiti November 8, 2013

Over 100 people celebrated the launch of the PHH program at the November 8 fundraising event that raised over $65,000. The reception was filled with the sounds and delicacies of the island for guests to sip and savor. Lively Haitian art…

Haiti 2014

This album features Carol Roye and Carmelle Bellefleur’s January 15, 2014, trip to Haiti to teach a course in Health Promotion to the FNP students. It was an intense 3 1/2 days of teaching. Images at the end of the album were…

How Many Patients Does an FNP Treat Per Year?

To educate each FNP student (each year) it costs PHH $5,000. Once students become FNPs (after three years) they will take care of thousands of patients per year over his or her career. PHH FNPs will then be qualified to teach…

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How Much Does It Cost to Educate PHH Students?

Once PHH studtents become FNPs they will treat anywhere from 2,000-3,000 patients per year. All donations recieved will go towards educating PHH students with Master’s levels of degrees. Find out how to help here.

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Did You Know?

The good news is that many of Haiti’s critical health concerns are preventable (if we continue to give Haitian nurses the proper education.) Want to help heal Haiti? 

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