Under a tree, a woman wearing a face mask and gloves checks an older woman’s vital signs. Six more adults are in the background.

Earthquake Response Update July 2022

HEI/SBH led the healthcare response to Haiti's 2021 earthquake.

Dr. Paul Farmer looks in on a young patient in our neonatal intensive care unit.

Remembering Dr. Paul Farmer

HEI/SBH President and CEO Conor Shapiro reflects on the life and legacy of Dr. Paul Farmer

The 12th Anniversary of Haiti's 2010 Earthquake

A solemn day of remembrance.

A pot of soup joumou, Haitian pumpkin/squash soup. The soup has a thick yellow-orange broth, with potatoes, yams, and beef. A ladle dips into the pot to take a scoop of soup.

Celebrate Haitian Independence Day with Soup Joumou!

Celebrate Haitian Independence Day by cooking up a pot of traditional soup joumou.

An Important Message Regarding the Treatment of Haitian Migrants

A statement from HEI/SBH regarding the inhumane treatment of Haitian migrants at the U.S. border.

HEI/SBH Appoints Michele David, MD, as New Board Chair

Dr. David brings her clinical expertise and lifelong commitment to health equity to the Board Chair position.

Lakou Mizik Promotes HEI Earthquake Relief Alongside New Music Video

Haitian band Lakou Mizik promotes HEI/SBH's earthquake relief efforts alongside the release of their new music video for the song "No Rival".

A young boy lies in a hospital bed with a leg injury. He is covered by an orange and white blanket. His right leg is wrapped in a bandage below the knee.

Earthquake Relief Update August 22

HEI/SBH is providing orthopedic and trauma surgery to survivors; organizing mobile clinics; and supporting healthcare facilities in the earthquake-affected area.

Two doctors treat a young boy with a broken leg. The boy sits in a hospital bed, he has a white cast on his leg. A doctor in a light blue gown and a white face masks prepares to open his leg cast with a tool. Another doctor in a light blue gown and white face mask stands to the side and observes.

Earthquake Relief Update Aug 18

HEI/SBH continues to evacuate patients and provide urgent surgical and emergency care for earthquake survivors.

A group of people unpack cardboard boxes full of medical supplies. Some of the boxes are open and you can see blue medical masks and packages wrapped in a white wrapper. A man in black jeans and a yellow polo shirt bends down to unpack the boxes. Nurses in blue t-shirts in the background observe. There is a white ambulance with green lettering in the background. The ground is white and grey gravel.

HEI/SBH Earthquake Update on Good Morning America

SBH's Director General was interviewed on Good Morning America about the earthquake and the road ahead.