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Markee Maternity Center
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Stories of Hope
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who
we are
Haiti Foundation of Hope is a Christian organization addressing the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the people in the impoverished and underserved rural communities of northern Haiti.
education

We fund primary school education, supplement staff salaries, subsidize secondary education, and support women's trade school.

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clinic

We support a permanent medical clinic, collaborate on a clean water project, support community health and health teams.

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community health

We empower the communities we support to increase their education, health, and self-sufficiency.

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economic development

We provide adult education, resources and local employment to support self-sufficiency.

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teams

Throughout the year we send medical teams to rural Northern Haiti to provide 10-day health and medical clinics.

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One-time gifts and regular contributions are welcome. You can give to wherever the need is the greatest or to a project of your choosing. Funds are needed to support students, teachers, medical staff and ongoing projects.
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Health
March 29, 2024
For many years, the Clinic of Hope has used its facilities and staff to provide programs to care for those in the surrounding areas. Three of these programs are: Rally posts, Tifoye, and Home Visits. Rally posts are visits to a community to provide ongoing care for children, pregnant women and others. This allows the…
Economic Development
May 22, 2020
By Linda Markee, HFH board member: During the coronavirus “shut-in,” I’ve had time to organize 16-years-worth of photos. Lots of memories have flooded me. So many lives have been changed, including my own. I remember the early days of worship in the little church in Terre Blanche; a few students came. Today with a special…
News
June 17, 2024
In the mid-1970s, while in junior high, I wrote a report on Haiti. The only thing I remember about the report is that Haiti was the poorest nation in the western hemisphere — and that is still true. Today, most Haitians around Terre Blanche live in simple housing. Work, when available, might change from one…
Education
January 31, 2024
I was asked by my friend and fellow board member, Ron Whitted, to proofread a prayer newsletter that he regularly sends out to our church partners. As I was reading, I came across a sentence that not only touched my heart, but it also brought me to tears. Ron was praising God for faithfully supplying…
Teams
April 19, 2024
“Bèl ti fi,” I said.  Bèl ti fi means ‘beautiful little girl’ in Creole. I was speaking to a little girl’s father. Both were waiting patiently outside the Clinic of Hope in Terre Blanche in November 2018. I was there as part of a HFH medical team to do a week-long clinic. It was my…