This article on Haiti in the New York Times on the eve of Christmas eve, describes the massive problems facing the Haitian people and government, and the difficulties in spending money productively. Promoting Health In Haiti has no such problems. All the funds we raise are used expressly for the education of nurses. The nurse practitioners we educate will provide desperately needed health care to people across the country. While many organizations send nurses and doctors to Haiti for a week or two, there is no continuity of care. We educate Haitian nurses who live in Haitian communities, to provide ongoing care. In this holiday season when we traditionally think about those who are less fortunate, please keep the Haitian people in mind. They are our neighbors and they desperately need our help!
Article in the New York Times : Rebuilding in Haiti Lags After Billions in Post-Quake Aid