Disaster Relief

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Health Equity International/St. Boniface Hospital has led many life-saving disaster relief efforts throughout our nearly four-decade history. 

Patients rely on St. Boniface Hospital to deliver the urgent care they need in an emergency. 

We work in partnership with the Haitian Ministry of Health (MSPP), community leaders, grassroots organizations, and health care facilities throughout the region to provide immediate relief and clinical care that meets the needs of the people we serve.

Finally, we work with the MSPP, local health officials, and an extensive network of national and international partners to strengthen the overall health system in southern Haiti, strengthening the region's ability to respond to future emergencies.

Support our earthquake relief efforts by making a donation here.

For all media inquiries about our ongoing earthquake relief efforts, please contact Katie Wallace at kwallace@haitihealth.org

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2021 Earthquake Response

HEI/SBH is leading the emergency response for the August 2021 earthquake that devistated southern Haiti.

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Response

St. Boniface Hospital is working with partners across Haiti and around the world to respond to COVID-19.

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Hurricane Matthew Response

Hurricane Matthew devastated Southern Haiti in October 2016. St. Boniface Hospital mobilized to help the region recover.

2010 Earthquake Response

After a 7.0 magnitude earthquake devastated Haiti on January 12, 2010, St. Boniface Hospital sprang into action.