When Hope for Haitians builds a village we make sure it has a Community Center. It provides a location for many different village activities; church services, leadership training, family celebrations, medical clinics and more. In Love Friendship Village, located in Savanne Carre, Hope for Haitians build 75 homes, a community center and implemented food production projects.

Mobile Clinic in Haiti

Health assessment stations for the mobile clinic held in the Hope for Haitians funded Community Center.

Recently, Dr. Jean who works with Hope for Haitians, conducted a mobile clinic in Love Friendship Village. Mobil clinics are funded through the Faith Project. Dr. Jean provides service twice a week in both Garde Saline and Dumas in clinics sponsored by Hope for Haitians and The Faith Project. This was the second second mobile clinic he coordinated for villages without a clinic. Most of the families in this village live in houses built by Hope for Haitians and the clinic was held at the Community Center.

During a mobile clinic, Dr. Jean coordinates a volunteer team to provide health services to the residents in a village. At this clinic four nurses, four physicians and an helper were able to provide health assessments and services to 272 people.

  • 120 Adults

    Dr. Jean at Mobile Clinic in Haiti

    Dr. Jean prepares medicine for a patient

  • 42 Children
  • 110 Teenagers

There were a wide variety of conditions addressed during this one day clinic.

  • High blood pressure
  • Eye infections
  • Allergies
  • Epigastric pain
  • Arthritis
  • Scabies
  • Worms
  • Bacterial infection
  • STD’s
  • UTI
  • Unknown fevers

This mobile clinic is an example of how Hope for Haitians encourages the development of a wide range of critical services and projects in the villages we build. Our work in providing the homes, water, community center and other critical infrastructure, creates a community where services like this clinic can happen.