SBHF's new 10,000 square foot warehouse, funded by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, is complete and starting to be filled.
The ceremony was attended by many dignitaries, including representatives from USAID, the U.S. Embassy, and the Haitian Ministry of Health.
When, at 8 months pregnant, Juliette learned she was having twins and would need an C-section to deliver them she came to St. Boniface Hospital.
A day in the life of the SBHF mobile clinic team.
A new team of doctors and nurses are hitting the road again in Maniche as part of SBHF's Mobile Clinic program.
SBHF's Community Health team recently distributed a second dose of oral cholera vaccine to almost 24,000 people in just 4 days!
This week the REPARE biomedical technician training program, based at St. Boniface Hospital, held a group training for biomed techs from around Haiti.
SBHF's insight into the hunger crisis that has gripped southern Haiti since Hurricane Matthew was influential in bringing attention to the issue.
Heavy rains Tuesday night washed out the road to the hospital and destroyed many crops in the area.
The day after Hurricane Matthew hit, SBHF received a message from Hope Health Action (HHA), a British NGO that operates a hospital and medical services in the north of Haiti.
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