With support from UNICEF, SBHF launched two mobile clinic teams in the weeks after Hurricane Matthew. They reached some of the most isolated communities that were hardest-hit by the storm. They provide essential primary care, malnutrition screenings, prenatal care, and hospital referrals to people who otherwise have no access to healthcare.
The map below shows the areas where our mobile clinic teams are operating on the western end of Haiti's Southern Peninsula. In the first 12 weeks the teams reached 55 communities and saw 12,000 patients.
With an average of almost 1,000 patients seen per week, SBHF's mobile clinic teams are making a difference in the wellbeing of people affected by Hurricane Matthew.