Please join us for, and tell your friends about, our annual Holiday Sale of handmade Haitian metal art to be held at the St Lawrence Arts Center, 76 Congress Street, Munjoy Hill, Portland the Saturday after Thanksgiving, November 30th.
What do birthing kits destined for Haiti and Christmas trees have in common? Each is the focus of a service project for the Youth Group at St. George's Church.
On the second Sunday of every month, the Youth Group leads the congregation in an outreach effort. The first project began when the group learned of the desperate...
Join the effort to assemble safe birthing kits!
Konbit Sante staff members are distributing 300 birthing kits per month to pregnant women as part of mobile clinics in Cap-Haitien conducted in partnership with Haiti Hospital Appeal and the Haitian Ministry of Health. And we need...
The high cost of travel to Haiti for staff and volunteers is no longer a significant barrier to education, training and just regular communication necessary for program successes. Medical residents and doctors at Justinian Hospital (JUH) are now able to meet face to face with...
About our name: In Haitian Creole, a konbit is a traditional Haitian method of working together to till your friends' fields as well as your own. Sante means health. So the name means "working together for health."
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Mission: To support the development of a sustainable health care system to meet the needs of the Cap-Haitien community with maximum local direction and support.
Konbit Sante Cap-Haitien Health Partnership is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit corporation organized in the State of Maine. P.O. Box 11281, Portland, ME 04104 USA. | Tel. (207) 347-6733 | Contact