Earthquake 2021: HUFH’s Disaster Response
Posted on August 25, 2021
HUFH is on the ground, responding to the earthquake and other disasters.
A Son of Haiti Speaks From Ground Zero After the Earthquake
When the latest disaster struck, I knew I was going down there to help. . .
THIS Is What Building A Better Future Looks Like
Posted on November 19, 2020
Calling All Babies! HUFH’s New Well-Baby Initiative is Hope in Action!
Introducing HUFH’s Newest Collaboration: The Home Farming Project
Posted on March 24, 2021
Sometimes, a partnership opportunity comes along that is the exact right thing at the right time: a collaboration to address food insecurity, the root cause of malnutrition.
Delivering Care During the Pandemic: Trust Overcomes Fear to Save a Toddler’s Life
Posted on June 11, 2020
As people are unable to travel and are fearful of being exposed to COVID, they often stay home and do not get the lifesaving care they need to combat other illnesses. One mother, however, bravely sought care from HUFH’s staff when her 18 month old baby girl became very ill.
Keeping Ahead of the Curve: Tackling COVID-19 in Haiti
Posted on June 8, 2020
HUFH medical and lay volunteers are working together with our Haitian team to intensify our efforts to provide lifesaving care in the face of COVID-19. These efforts are more important than ever, given the ability of COVID to overwhelm Haiti’s already extremely limited medical resources.
NO Child Should Die From Hunger
Posted on June 10, 2020
A storm is brewing in Haiti. Covid-19 is bringing widespread starvation, ravaging an already fragile population, especially the children. HUFH is there to help.
Join us In Remembering Dr. Hemant Kairam- A Legacy of Caring and Compassion
Posted on September 14, 2021
The Hands Up for Haiti family was deeply saddened by the sudden and unexpected passing late last year of our board member and dear friend, Dr. Hemant Kairam. Hemant, a true humanitarian and gifted pediatrician, was an integral part of Hands Up for Haiti since its inception and an inspiration to us all. He was deeply committed to both […]
HUFH & Shada: Our Commitment Continues
Posted on June 30, 2020
Last week, the government of Haiti bulldozed to the ground the community of Shada. Victims of a disastrous situation not of their own making, the more than 1500 families who lived there are already among the poorest of the poor. Here is the story of HUFH’s commitment to the people of Shada.
HUFH Will Not Be Deterred: Working to Alleviate a Looming Humanitarian Crisis
Posted on November 4, 2019
Massive humanitarian crises are not always caused by earthquakes and hurricanes, or even outright warfare. Sometimes it can be a society that suddenly finds itself deprived of a vital resource or in the midst of government upheaval. In Haiti’s case, a fuel crisis — caused in part by the collapse of the Venezuelan oil industry […]