Photos: Bidding Farewell to LMS/Haiti (2010-2015)

Photos: Bidding Farewell to LMS/Haiti (2010-2015)

{Photo credit: C. Gilmartin/MSH}Photo credit: C. Gilmartin/MSH

For five years, the USAID-funded, MSH-led Leadership, Management and Sustainability project in Haiti (LMS/Haiti) worked with the Ministry of Health and Population (MSPP) and local NGOs to ensure a steady supply of family planning commodities to nearly 300 facilities throughout the country amid bone-rattling roads, surging rivers, and rocky footpaths.

Said Dr. Georges Dubuche, General Director of the MSPP, at the project’s closing ceremony April 14:

It is with real pride and great emotion that I salute LMS/Haiti.

LMS/Haiti’s greatest success, as everyone present can attest, was to guarantee the availability of family planning commodities at all times to ministry sites, with zero stock-out.

[ Dr. Georges Dubuche, General Director of the MSPP.] {Photo: MSH staff} Dr. Georges Dubuche, General Director of the MSPP.Photo: MSH staff

LMS/Haiti worked with the MSPP and partners to streamline the supply chain and strengthen local capacity to manage it.

[(From left) Suzanna Baker (USAID/Haiti); Sandra B. Guerrier (MSH, LMS/Haiti), Dr. Georges Dubuche (MSPP); Miriam Castaneda (MSH Haiti);  Marjorie Eliacin (LMS/Haiti).] {Photo: MSH staff}(From left) Suzanna Baker (USAID/Haiti); Sandra B. Guerrier (MSH, LMS/Haiti), Dr. Georges Dubuche (MSPP); Miriam Castaneda (MSH Haiti); Marjorie Eliacin (LMS/Haiti).Photo: MSH staff

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