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Services de Santé de Qualité pour Haïti

In six of Haiti’s 10 departments—reaching approximately 25% of the country’s total population—our project expanded health services, improved the quality and equity of those services, and strengthened the Haiti Ministry of Health & Population’s capacity to deliver and sustain services.

Project Date: 2013 - 2016
Funder: USAID
Country: Haiti
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5.9 million + Haitians accessed services through our program

650+ community health workers trained to use the CommCare mobile application, resulting in 14,000+ newly registered family planning clients

435,400+ people recieved HIV testing & counseling services and got their results

220,000+ young people accessed sexual and reproductive health services

What We Did

  • Delivered a package of health care that included contraception, maternal and child health, HIV prevention and treatment, and other critical services
  • Pioneered the use of low-cost digital technology to collect and use data in real time, help community health workers provide higher quality care, and track clients’ progress and referrals
  • Strengthened Haitian partners to continue to deliver services long after Pathfinder’s work is complete
  • Reinforced the capacity of the Ministry of Health & Population, who best understand the needs in local communities and can deliver the essential package of health services
  • Trained 900+ providers to become polyvalent community health workers, who offer more comprehensive and quality services at the community level

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