Help us bring Hope & Health to Haiti
Phase 1 Goal: $3.5 Million
Now, World Hope International is partnering with Build Health International to improve the hospital’s capacity to serve the local – and national – population. The first phase of this campaign will focus on new and improved facilities, support systems, and vital medical resources.
With your support, we can continue to build health and hope in Haiti.
Phase 1 Goals
- Build a New Outpatient Clinic
- Build a New Maternity Center
- Add a Triage Area & Expand ER Bed Space
- Build an O2 Generation Plant
- Build a Blood Bank
- Overhaul the Water Supply System
- Increase Transportation Fleet
The new center would also include 20-30 maternity beds, as well as designated isolation rooms for maternity patients with infectious diseases.
- Isolation room
- Trauma space
- Patient beds
- Family consulting room
As well as a designated ambulance entrance with a trauma area for critical cases, six bed spaces will be available for observation and there will be a designated isolation room for patients with infectious diseases.
This new Oxygen Generation Plant will include a Pressure Swing Absorption (PSA) filling station, allow for low-pressure distribution via a manifold, and oxygen tanks to support NICU and ICU patients.
Since assuming leadership at the hospital with board control, World Hope International (WHI) made a commitment through CCIH’s 30×30 Health Systems Initiative to strengthen access to essential medicines and supplies, financing, health information systems, health workforce, leadership and governance, service delivery, and community services at La Gonâve Wesleyan Hospital in Haiti. This campaign and Phase 1 updates to the hospital’s facilities, infrastructure, and resources will help make it possible.
World Hope International will continue to partner with Build Health International to facilitate and implement the strategic updates to La Gonâve Wesleyen Hospital being financed by this campaign, ensuring that the hospital can continue to build quality health and real hope to the community and the larger island nation.