Our mission at Haiti Healthcare Aide (HHCA) is to save lives through affordable healthcare
Country Of Origin
Country of Operation
HHCA’s competitive advantage comes from its structure as an organization and its local presence in the community. HHCA’s partnerships with the local leaders and the ministry of health in the country as a whole especially in the northern part of Haiti
HHCA has a great network of 30+ healthcare workers and other professionals with various specialties: doctors, psychologists, nurses; managers, lawyers. In addition, the network comprises specialists in marketing and fundraising
Long Term Plan
All of HHCA programs have the same overall goal: to increase access to quality healthcare for people in the northern part of Haiti, particularly those most vulnerable women and children.
HHCA has partnered with HANA-I to ensure the success and sustainability of these programs: Timoun an sante and EDU-sante. Both organizations are committed to engage in the successful implementation of these programs and envision extending these services to more regions throughout the island of Haiti.
and eventually have a state of the art Hospital built in the region
Many people from the Cap- Haitien region currently benefit from HHCA programs, but with the funding, we will extend screening services to many vulnerable, underserved women and children who are more at risk.
“Timoun an Sante” will reach approximately 1500 to 2000 children for advanced health care assessment and interventions, when necessary, by December 2022 which is a small drop in the bucket.
- “Edu Sante” will empower at least 500 women and teenagers by December 2022 through seminars on awareness of GBV and sexual abuse to address the painful psychosocial effect on their mental health
About Haiti Health Care Aide, Inc.
Founded in August 2017 in New York, New York, Haiti Health Care Aide, Inc. (HHCA) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization created to assist the people of Haiti who do not have access to healthcare. Our mission is to save lives by helping make affordable and quality healthcare accessible to the Haitian people, including to the most vulnerable. HHCA is also a member of a diaspora health coalition (DHC) focused on Haiti’s health sector and actively working towards the empowerment of our communities both in our home and host countries.
At Haiti Health Care Aide, our team of healthcare professionals, lawyers, technology experts, educators, nutritionists, and community leaders have developed a community-based program to determine the needs of each geographic area we serve. Unlike big, international NGOs, often seen as outsiders who come in and implement unnecessary programs, Haiti Health Care Aide creates a connection with the local Haitians to understand their unique needs and provide medical programs to help them recover and thrive. Since many of our team members have lived in Haiti, we understand the culture, the lack of infrastructure, and in many cases, the influence of voodooism and its impact on individual choices to seek medical care
HHCA imprints on the community are deeply rooted since 2017. The clinics HHCA partnered with and supported have touched more than 6,000 patients collectively from normal visits to mobile clinics. During the COVID-19 pandemic, HHCA distributed hundreds of personal protective e