Newslleter 2013

Newslleter 2013

Components of our Program

  • To educate, assist the HIV/AIDS impoverished women and their unborn babies in the Northwest, and help them live longer and healthier, and stop the spread of the AIDS virus
  • To control and prevent the incidences of HIV/AIDS infection and contamination of mother/baby in the Northwest of Haiti
  • To decrease the morbidity and mortality rate in this vulnerable group; and
  • To be a reference center for the affected/infected clients in the Northwest Region of Haiti.
  • To build the clinic to assist the clients
  • To educate the clients about the risk of spreading the virus.
  • To provide HIV/AIDS awareness booklet and condoms
  • To provide visual aid to educate the clients about the severity of the disease, prevention and transmission


Goals sought to be achieved

      • Decreased the proliferation of HIV/AIDS
      • Increased awareness of the severity of HIV/AIDS
      • Increased knowledge about HIV/AIDS prevention
      • Increased skills such as condom usage, changes in beliefs, changes in attitude and behaviors related to HIV/AIDS prevention
      • Decrease the yearly death rate by 50% with proper medications Provide yearly statistics of patients and progress achieved


The services will include:

  • Complete assessment and diagnostics
  • Essential testing
  • Counseling clients to assist them in coping with this diagnosis.
  • Prevention education and risk reduction workshops, community awareness events, Education to decreased the spread of disease such as condom usage and distribution
  • Increased awareness in the severity of HIV/AIDS, and alerting them about opportunistic infections and TB
  • Teaching of healthier living and, improve compliance with medication regimen, hygiene, nutrition, and follow up schedules
  • The clients will attend lectures and video about the disease process. They will participate in group discussion, role play and will participate in the action plan
  • The clinic will operate three days a week by a multidisciplinary staff well trained about the disease process

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