Together We Can Change The Lives Of The People Of Northwest Haiti

We are challenged to show the love of God in tangible ways, not in word only. God can use you to change the lives of the Haitian people through His love.

Health and medicine

Health and medicine

Provide medical and spiritual care to the more than 50,000 individuals and families of rural northwestern Haiti, including premature and low birth-weight infants and new mothers.

Clean Water & Sustainability

Clean Water & Sustainability

Ensure availability of clean water through wells and cisterns construction. New wells on the Hospital site help the local community with clean drinkable water. More than 700 community cisterns conserve millions of gallons of rainwater to provide a useable water source

Faith & Education

Faith & Education

Forging communities with local pastors to ensure God’s message of hope is heard and available to all and fostering youth education, both classroom and spiritual.

We serve a population of about 50,000 in Bombardopolis, a remote area of Northwest Haiti that is notoriously poor and unsettled.

Our challenges are practical as well as spiritual, yet we endeavor to show the love of God as we meet basic needs of people in Jesus’ name. For 50 years we have been the only consistent source of healthcare in the area.

Before 1970, over 70% of babies and many mothers died in childbirth due to lack of health education, sanitation, sterilization of surgical devices, and a culture influenced by Voodoo in Bombardopolis.

Now, less than 5% of babies and mothers die in childbirth because of the services that IMF Haiti hospital is providing with health and mother baby education, health and wellness training and access to medical professionals as well as the Gospel.

We serve because

scriptures say...

For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in… The King will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.’

Matthew 25:35-40

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