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Sustainable Healthcare for Haiti aka

Enkourage Sante Pou La Vie, a USA based

charitable non-profit with a Board of Directors,

both American and Haitian, who are providing

all services pro-bono, partners with Foundation

Montesinos (FM) and St Dominique Technical School,

a non-profit Haitian orphanage and a school in Titanyen,

Haiti. The school is open to the community and is dedicated to

teaching children to care for themselves and their community. SHH also has volunteers who provide expertise and administrative assistance. In Haiti, the staff is Haitian as are all contractors and healthcare providers who are fully licensed. 

Currently there are 90 children in the orphanage and 500 children in the school ranging in age from 3 to 18 years old. The school teaches sustainable development through health, education, nutrition, animal and vegetable farming, technical training, finance, and computer courses.  SHH also teams with ALOM, a medical provider with a new outpatient clinic building, who shares in the belief that healthcare delivery always must go hand in hand with education.

These partnerships provide a fully integrated health and educational plan and constructed environment that teaches children to take care of themselves, so that as adults they are knowledgeable and responsible for their personal well-being and that of their families and larger communities.

  • Fondation Montesinos

  • Saint Dominique School


  • ALOM Clinic


  • Boilermakers for Haiti


  • Alphonse Brothers Transportation and Translation Services


  • Food for the Poor




  • Provide high-quality healthcare and health education to the children of Haiti and those that support them

  • Provide facility support for visiting clinicians, researchers and engineers

  • Build sustainably and with available natural resources

  • Teach well-being and provide tools to access up to date health information

  • Empower the local community to take ownership of project through leadership and support training

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  • The Sho-Ping Chin Clinic for Healthcare and Education

  • Health Education and Physical Activity

  • Agriculture

  • Water

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