Earthquake Response

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World Water Day

Today, on World Water Day, we celebrate and thank SBHF's Ekip Dlo - the team of technicians, WASH experts, and water transporters who keep the water running at St. Boniface Hospital.

SBHF and GE provide Clinic in a Can to Partner Clinic

GE generously donated two "Clinics in a Can" for SBHF to distribute to clinics in need. The first of these has now been delivered to a clinic in the Archaie region run by the Foundation for Hope and Health in Haiti.

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Building Resilient Healthcare and Sustainable Systems in Southern Haiti

WKKF has awarded SBHF a significant grant to fund long term hurricane response efforts and health systems strengthening in southern Haiti.

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Longtime Volunteer Works with SCI Program Staff

Joan Obecny, a nurse practitioner specializing in wound care, is visiting the hospital this month to provide professional development and training for SBHF staff and nurses from across Haiti.

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We're Hiring!

Two exciting openings for experienced professionals interested in living and working in rural southern Haiti.

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Record Number of Births at St. Boniface in January

St. Boniface Hospital's Maternal & Neonatal Health Center hit a new milestone in January, 2017 - 279 births in a single month!

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New SBHF Website

Welcome to SBHF's new website. We hope you enjoy virtually exploring our work in a whole new way.

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SBHF Awarded Grant from USAID for Biomedical REPARE Program

Under the REPARE project, SBHF is building a replicable model for enhancing the availability and skills of local biomedical technicians in Haiti.

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SBHF Mobile Clinics See Over 9,000 Patients

SBHF's mobile clinic teams are reaching some of the most isolated communities that were hardest hit by Hurricane Matthew.

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Diphtheria on the Rise in Haiti After Hurricane Matthew

SBHF has treated two young boys for potentially fatal diphtheria infections since Hurricane Matthew.