What We Do
SUPPORT the programs that will increase the effectiveness of the Haitian healthcare system in Limonade
PARTNER with the public healthcare system such as the State Clinics in delivering services
ASSIST the people whom we serve to access the local health resources
EXPAND existing healthcare services to individuals affected by HIV/AIDS
LINK healthcare services to the alleviation of poverty by providing essential services such as nutrition, housing, potable water, sanitation, education and employment
Access to Basic Healthcare
Ajan Sante: Four community health workers (Ajan Sante) are associated with the local State Clinic, and they move through the villages in the countryside daily to educate hundreds of villagers about how to purify water and attend to the care and prevention of common diseases.
Rural Clinics: These Clinics extend the outreach into rural areas where medical attention is inaccessible. Clinics are headed by local medical professionals and supported by US-based professionals (when available) at the direction of the local medical director. Patients are identified by our Ajan Sante and provided a means of identification to be “admitted” to the clinic for physicals, vaccinations and medical prescriptions. Rural Clinics are implemented one to two times each year as funding allows.
Support for 24 HIV Affected Families
In partnership with Childrens Place International (CPI) and through the work of a local Haitian program manager and two Haitian case workers, 24 HIV affected families (81 school-aged children) are provided bi-weekly visits, emergency food and clean water, medical care assistance, school tuition (through donors other than Konbit), supplies and supportive social services. Families remain in the program until children graduate from secondary school.