: Our Impact

Despite the many challenges of working in Haiti following the January 12 earthquake, MSH’s Leadership, Management, and Sustainability (LMS) program distributed more than 1 million family planning commodities in the month following the disaster. This included over 1.2 million condoms; 44,000 oral contraceptives; 33,200 injectable methods; and 100 implants. During the distribution, LMS carried out site evaluations throughout the country to ensure that it was still possible to manage the products according to established standards for US Government-supported health sites.

Despite the many challenges of working in Haiti following the January 12 earthquake, MSH’s Leadership, Management, and Sustainability (LMS) program distributed more than 1 million family planning commodities in the month following the disaster. This included over 1.2 million condoms; 44,000 oral contraceptives; 33,200 injectable methods; and 100 implants. During the distribution, LMS carried out site evaluations throughout the country to ensure that it was still possible to manage the products according to established standards for US Government-supported health sites.

Despite the many challenges of working in Haiti following the January 12 earthquake, MSH’s Leadership, Management, and Sustainability (LMS) program distributed more than 1 million family planning commodities in the month following the disaster. This included over 1.2 million condoms; 44,000 oral contraceptives; 33,200 injectable methods; and 100 implants. During the distribution, LMS carried out site evaluations throughout the country to ensure that it was still possible to manage the products according to established standards for US Government-supported health sites.

Despite the many challenges of working in Haiti following the January 12 earthquake, MSH’s Leadership, Management, and Sustainability (LMS) program distributed more than 1 million family planning commodities in the month following the disaster. This included over 1.2 million condoms; 44,000 oral contraceptives; 33,200 injectable methods; and 100 implants. During the distribution, LMS carried out site evaluations throughout the country to ensure that it was still possible to manage the products according to established standards for US Government-supported health sites.

Despite the many challenges of working in Haiti following the January 12 earthquake, MSH’s Leadership, Management, and Sustainability (LMS) program distributed more than 1 million family planning commodities in the month following the disaster. This included over 1.2 million condoms; 44,000 oral contraceptives; 33,200 injectable methods; and 100 implants. During the distribution, LMS carried out site evaluations throughout the country to ensure that it was still possible to manage the products according to established standards for US Government-supported health sites.

After hearing reports that the Hôpital de la Communauté Haitienne  (HCH) in Port au Prince was struggling to care for the surge of victims arriving in the aftermath of the powerful earthquake that hit Haiti on January 12, 2010, Annouck Hudicort, a contracts officer with the MSH’s SDSH project Santé pour le Développement et la Stabilité d’Haïti (SDSH) Project—Pwojé Djanm) in Haiti, and her family decided immediately “to go help at the hospital—in any we could see fit.”Annouck’s sister-in-law Brigitte, a

After hearing reports that the Hôpital de la Communauté Haitienne  (HCH) in Port au Prince was struggling to care for the surge of victims arriving in the aftermath of the powerful earthquake that hit Haiti on January 12, 2010, Annouck Hudicort, a contracts officer with the MSH’s SDSH project Santé pour le Développement et la Stabilité d’Haïti (SDSH) Project—Pwojé Djanm) in Haiti, and her family decided immediately “to go help at the hospital—in any we could see fit.”Annouck’s sister-in-law Brigitte, a

After hearing reports that the Hôpital de la Communauté Haitienne  (HCH) in Port au Prince was struggling to care for the surge of victims arriving in the aftermath of the powerful earthquake that hit Haiti on January 12, 2010, Annouck Hudicort, a contracts officer with the MSH’s SDSH project Santé pour le Développement et la Stabilité d’Haïti (SDSH) Project—Pwojé Djanm) in Haiti, and her family decided immediately “to go help at the hospital—in any we could see fit.”Annouck’s sister-in-law Brigitte, a

MSH is teaming up with the International Rescue Committee (IRC), the global nonprofit health development organization to respond to the relief effort in Haiti.The IRC and MSH previously worked together in Pakistan after the 2005 earthquake and in Southern Sudan, to restore the health system following the end of the 20-year civil war there.The joint IRC-MSH efforts in Haiti will focus on displaced people and on communities that were hit hard by the January 12 earthquake, as well as communities that are hosting homeless victims of the disaster.

MSH is teaming up with the International Rescue Committee (IRC), the global nonprofit health development organization to respond to the relief effort in Haiti.The IRC and MSH previously worked together in Pakistan after the 2005 earthquake and in Southern Sudan, to restore the health system following the end of the 20-year civil war there.The joint IRC-MSH efforts in Haiti will focus on displaced people and on communities that were hit hard by the January 12 earthquake, as well as communities that are hosting homeless victims of the disaster.

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