From Relief to Self-Reliance.
When the devastating 7.0 earthquake hit Haiti on January 12, International Medical Corps was on the ground, providing emergency medical care and assistance in less than 24 hours. During the emergency response, International Medical Corps deployed more than 400 medical volunteers to provide lifesaving care to Haitians and support the ER and ICU at Port-au-Prince's General Hospital (HUEH). Since the earthquake, International Medical Corps has gone on to establish a network of primary health care clinics in and around the earthquake-affected areas and launched other programs in mental health, nutrition, child protection, early childhood development, water and sanitation, disaster risk reduction, emergency medicine development, and cholera prevention and response.
HAITI: BY THE NUMBERS
Thank you! Your generous support has made
the following possible within the last year:
IMC COUNTRY OFFICE HAITI ADMINISTRATIVE CONTACTS:
Papy S. Lukeka, Logistics Coordinator
HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
Sandra J. Destine, Human Resources Manager
Sandra St. Juste, Finance Admin Director