Welcome to Promoting Health in Haiti.
Our goal is to improve health and wellness for the citizens of Haiti by educating highly skilled nurses!Learn More
Promoting Health in Haiti is a 501c (3) organization dedicated solely to support nursing education in Haiti.
This year’s Gala will feature a choice of entrées for dinner, dancing, and raffles. We will be honoring persons who have contributed to PHH and Haiti. We hope that you will also be there.
This fundraising dinner has been an annual event for PHH prior to the pandemic and we are hoping to again have a successful event. It is fun to attend, and the funds raised support our nurse practitioner program in Haiti.
You may purchase your tickets online by making a donation using the link below.
Individual Event Ticket – $150
Table Reservation for 10 seats – $1200
Adopt A Nurse – $5000
You will receive an email in acknowledgement of your request that will serve as your ticket to the event. You may also call and leave a message at 718-247-9393 to order by phone.
The deadline for registration is March 15th.
For more information, you may reach us at 347-731-6143 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Millions of people are hurting in Haiti, but we have developed a way to help ease the hurt and despair. Our well trained Family Nurse Practitioner students are able to practice independently in Haiti and care for a population desperately in need of health care!
PHH has graduated 68 Family Nurse Practitioners. In a few short months, our next cohort of students will begin their clinical experience in preparation of their graduation.
We have been able to do this only because of your donations. The impact of every dollar you donate will be amplified over the years, as these nurses provide much needed care; and as they teach future cohorts of nurse practitioner students. It has truly been a joint effort and we are grateful for your help and generosity.
Thank you! We appreciate your generosity!
PHH mourns the passing of Paul Farmer, the first American doctor and academician who saw the major health needs in Haiti. He was, in a sense, our mentor though we never met him personally. He recognized the acute health needs of the Haitian people before he became a doctor. We are nurses who recognized that same need and are educating nurse practitioners to meet that health deficiency.
Dr. Farmer died unexpectedly in his sleep in Rwanda on January 21st as reported by Partners in Health, the group he founded. He was only 62 years old. He left an inspiring legacy and a model that each and everyone can follow. However, the world is a less caring, compassionate place without him.
We will miss him.