: Our Impact

Wagner (not his real name), an HIV-positive father of two, was direly ill in late 2007 but now is thriving thanks to the commitment and creativity of the staff at MSH-supported Mont Organisé and Fort-Liberté health facilities in northeastern Haiti. Staff at the Mont Organisé voluntary counseling and testing (VCT) center informed Wagner of his status in 2007.

“Jean-Marie” (back to camera) confides in journalist Hans Mars (facing the camera) during the inauguration of the new ART site in the Haitian town of Ouanaminthe. Jean-Marie (real name withheld) kept a low profile at the celebration, but the opening of a new building at the health center in his home town of Ouanaminthe in northeast Haiti was changing his life for the better. The new site offers antiretroviral treatment (ART) for AIDS.

“Jean-Marie” (back to camera) confides in journalist Hans Mars (facing the camera) during the inauguration of the new ART site in the Haitian town of Ouanaminthe. Jean-Marie (real name withheld) kept a low profile at the celebration, but the opening of a new building at the health center in his home town of Ouanaminthe in northeast Haiti was changing his life for the better. The new site offers antiretroviral treatment (ART) for AIDS.

In the midst of Cité Soleil, one of the poorest slums in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, malnourished children and their needy mothers find safe haven at the Rosalie Rendu Center for Nutrition and Health, run by Saint Vincent de Paul nuns and supported by the MSH-implemented Santé pour le Développement et la Stabilité d’Haïti (SDSH) Project .

In the midst of Cité Soleil, one of the poorest slums in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, malnourished children and their needy mothers find safe haven at the Rosalie Rendu Center for Nutrition and Health, run by Saint Vincent de Paul nuns and supported by the MSH-implemented Santé pour le Développement et la Stabilité d’Haïti (SDSH) Project .

In the midst of Cité Soleil, one of the poorest slums in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, malnourished children and their needy mothers find safe haven at the Rosalie Rendu Center for Nutrition and Health, run by Saint Vincent de Paul nuns and supported by the MSH-implemented Santé pour le Développement et la Stabilité d’Haïti (SDSH) Project .

CAMBRIDGE, MA — The Integrated Primary Health Care (IPHC) Project in South Africa has been awarded a $6 million cost extension by USAID, extending the program through December 30, 2010. Dr.

CAMBRIDGE, MA — The Integrated Primary Health Care (IPHC) Project in South Africa has been awarded a $6 million cost extension by USAID, extending the program through December 30, 2010. Dr.

CAMBRIDGE, MA — The Integrated Primary Health Care (IPHC) Project in South Africa has been awarded a $6 million cost extension by USAID, extending the program through December 30, 2010. Dr.

CAMBRIDGE, MA — The Integrated Primary Health Care (IPHC) Project in South Africa has been awarded a $6 million cost extension by USAID, extending the program through December 30, 2010. Dr.

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