Your generosity has allowed Family Health Ministries to flourish for 30 years!
2023 FHM GALA
Thank you for putting us on your calendar for September 30, 2023. We will be celebrating 30 years in Haiti.
Specific Needs: Call to action
Financial support for our community garden, which is putting nutritious food into the community.
Financial support for nursing education. There is a shortage of health care providers and we support the nursing school in Leogane, which trains bachelor of science nurses, nurse midwives and family nurse practitioners. You can also join our Friends of Nurses of Haiti Facebook group to learn more about how FHM and FSIL are working together.
See our donate now page… Thank you.
FHM News & Updates
We'd like to extend a big 😍THANK YOU😍 to everyone that supported the 2019 Gala & Silent Auction! With your help we were able to raise $55,000 to support the Carmelle Voltaire Women's Health Center in Tom Gato. This money will go towards labor and...
On June 30, 2016 the New England Journal of Medicine published an excellent article regarding screening women in low resource countries for cervical disease. Many of the issues addressed in this journal article are consistent with what Family Health Ministries...
As in previous years, FHM is partnering with the Duke Global Health Institute's Student Research Training (SRT) Program to conduct valuable research to inform FHM public health initiatives. Our students Caroline Keefe, Sarah Beaverson, Haley Talbot and...
Our Work in Haiti
At Family Health Ministries, we pursue a dream of building healthy families, and healthy communities by developing long-term relationships with people and communities’ in need’.
After the original Saint Antoine school was destroyed in the 2010 earthquake, Family Health Ministries raised $100,000 to rebuild the school. With added financial help from Partners in Progress, Heart to Heart International, and Fonkoze, the new Saint Antoine School building welcomed children back to school in October 2013.
Family Health Ministries work in women’s health is based on the priorities of the communities we serve and focuses on cervical cancer prevention and safe motherhood programs.
The Leogane Family Health Center is a preventative and acute healthcare complex serving those without access to health services. The center will provide healthcare, education, and research programs.
The greatest benefits people gain from volunteering is the satisfaction of incorporating service into their lives and making a difference in their community and country. The intangible benefits alone—such as pride, satisfaction, and accomplishment—are worthwhile reasons to serve. When we share our time and talents, we solve problems, strengthen communities, improve lives, connect to others, and transform our lives and the lives of others.
Family Health Ministries appreciates the time, talents, and support of all our volunteers. Whatever your skill set or interest, we have a volunteer opportunity for you. We want you to work where you work best!
We are excited to partner with Duke University's Student Research Training (SRT) Program this summer. The SRT Program is part of Duke Global Health Institute and this program specifically is an opportunity for undergraduate students to engage in community-based...
By now I'm sure many of you have heard of the chikungunya virus. It's definitely taken a toll on Haiti lately so I figured it's a topic worth discussing. What is Chikungunya? Chikungunya is a virus spread by infected mosquitoes. It has occurred in Southeast Asia,...
Are you planning a visit to our guesthouse in Haiti? We hope that answer is YES! And if you are, maybe you're asking yourself what you should expect, pack, and so on. Or maybe you're like the seasoned traveler above and you've got your toothbrush and passport and...