Midwives for Haiti works in collaboration with Haiti’s Ministry of Public Health and Population and other organizations to deliver culturally appropriate, high-impact health interventions. Their approach reduces the three major delays that prevent women from accessing life-saving maternal care: delay in the decision to seek care, delay in reaching care, and delay in receiving adequate care. The organization has a vision to reduce maternal and infant mortality in Haiti by training skilled birth attendants, with an emphasis on serving rural areas. Birth attendants are trained and then dispatched to areas in need.
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Midwives for Haiti’s programs educate and empower Haitian women and men to improve the health of their communities, creating lasting change in their lives and the lives of the mothers and children they care for.
In 2020, an improved family planning program was implemented, granting access to family planning for 638 women.
Other services include:
*Maternity services at Hospital St. Therese in Hinche, Central Plateau region;
*Postnatal care program;
*Rural community clinics;
*Matwòn (Haitian traditional birth attendant) outreach program