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Project Medishare for Haiti Inc

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Causes: Community Health Systems, Health, International, International Development

Mission: Driven by our belief that healthcare is a fundamental human right, Project Medishare empowers Haitians to provide and receive access to quality healthcare. We share our knowledge and resources with local partners to improve health infrastructure and strengthen the skills of medical professionals. Our programs are community-based and Haitian led.

Target demographics: Empower Haitians to provide and receive access to quality healthcare

Direct beneficiaries per year: More than 80,000 people

Geographic areas served: Port-au-Prince and the Central Plateau in Haiti

Programs: Community Health, Maternal Health, Child Health and Nutrition, and Medical Training and Education.

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2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I am a 9th grade student at Watkinson School in West Hartford, Connecticut. I have spent a good week reading reviews all over the internet, exploring every single aspect of the Project Medishare page, and written a review with my partner. The review includes my interpretation of Project Medishare's environmental, social, and economic connections to Haiti. I find this organization to be legit and helpful. The volunteers are selfless and skilled, they work closely with the Haitian community and their number one focus is their jobs.

Review from Guidestar


General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Project Medishare has been one of the most important organizations involved in earthquake relief efforts in Haiti. They had the first group of foreign doctors on the ground the day after the earthquake and set up a first rate trauma hospital at the airport which is still in operation today. Project Medishare's decades of experience and relationships working in Haiti positioned them well to work closely with Haitian ministry of health to coordinate efforts. These heroic doctors and nurses are still working hard in Haiti today and will be there long after all the cameras have gone home. They deserve your support.