– Haiti Declares Emergency
‘With barely 60 ventilators for 11 million people, Haiti is the most vulnerable nation in the Americas to the coronavirus. While many countries would struggle to cope with a serious spread of Covid-19, Haiti might never recover from one.’-BBC News
Haiti has seen rough times but nothing like what the people are enduring today. Job opportunities are barely existent and unemployment figures suggest 70 %. Dealing with a political and crippling economic crisis, they are now in a health crisis worse than anything they have ever experienced next to the 2010 earthquake. People need medical attention they cannot afford to receive or even access.
Haiti’s health care system is in a critical state and the people of Haiti need your help right now!
We are Bon Sante Ayiti, a group of medical professionals and volunteers from the US and Haiti with the mission to help improve the quality of life for the people of Jeremie Haiti, a remote mountainous area with limited to no access to health care, by providing health care services at no cost to them. Our goal is to set up a mobile clinic, a flexible platform, used to deliver health care services to an isolated and vulnerable population.
My name is James Pelham and I have been going to Haiti on mission and volunteer work since 2009. I have experienced the 2010 earthquake travesty as well as the aftermath years later with several organizations. In 2019, I founded Bon Sante Haiti to provide medical services outside Port Au Prince, where most aid gets stuck. I personally guarantee that every dollar that you donate goes directly to providing services in Haiti to Haitians of the Grand'Anse department.
Your donations will provide: -Ford EX Cargo van, shipping to Haiti, release from customs -Medical supplies -Haitian providers salaries
We will provide: -Primary healthcare services -Triage cases that need hospital care and facilitate access to nearby hospital -Immunizations and Vaccinations -Women and Children’s Health
According to UNICEF, Haiti has the highest mortality rates for infants, children under age 5 years, and pregnant women in the Western Hemisphere. The major contributors are malnutrition, infectious diseases such as diarrhea and pneumonia, poor immunization to name a few. Our mobile clinic will deliver low-cost interventions to help battle these conditions.
We are beyond grateful for any contribution, big or small, you choose to give. Your generosity is humbling, and you will be directly helping the people of Haiti.
Bon Sante Ayiti
Bon Sante Ayiti is a proud 501(c)(3) charitable nonprofit.