2840 Liberty Avenue, Suite 201
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
HAS is more than a hospital. We invest in community-based programs that address root causes of illness and premature death, improving lives and helping prevent the need for expensive hospitalization.LEARN MORE
Every child should have the opportunity to grow and learn. HAS is working to eliminate malnutrition as a barrier to healthy child development and education.LEARN MORE
Educating women and girls about reproductive health and the importance of pre- and post-natal care is having a profound effect on the communities served by HAS.LEARN MORE
Infectious diseases like cholera thrive and spread where people have no access to clean water. HAS collaborates with communities to bring safe drinking water and best hygiene practices to villages and schools.LEARN MORE
Your dollar goes a long way at HAS, where as little as $88 funds a day’s supply of basic medications for the entire hospital.
Haiti is the most impoverished nation in the Western Hemisphere, and is also home to the hemisphere’s highest rates of infant, under-five, and maternal mortality. Half of its population lives without access to clean water, and 80% of citizens have no access to sanitation facilities.LEARN MORE
HAS recognizes that Haiti’s economic health depends first and foremost on the physical health of its greatest resource – its people. To help Haiti become stronger, HAS will exceed international standards for the reduction of illness and premature death through a focus on integrated health care.LEARN MORE
Life expectancy at birth in Haiti has increased from 42 in 1960 to 63 in 2011. What will it take to raise the bar higher – to exceed the global average life span of 69 years?
At HAS, we believe that every human being has the potential to change the world.
We believe that those who are sick and fighting for their lives should be cared for with dignity and compassion.
We believe that access to quality healthcare is something we can and should provide, even in the most challenging circumstances.
We believe that education and collaboration are keys to lasting change.Learn More
HAS employs approximately 500 people, 98% of whom are Haitian and from the hospital’s service area. HAS is also an eco
World Population Day is an annual event that marks the date when the world’s population reached 5 billion (July 11, 19
When thinking of healthcare in Haiti, what comes to mind? Many think of malnutrition and infectious diseases like choler
HAS board members welcomed long-time donors and special guests at a private reception in New York City April 25th.
The annual HAS fundraiser in Palm Beach, Florida, raised a record $700,000 this year.
Alan Leber, brother of HAS Manager of Supply Chain and Logistics Dan Leber rallied family and friends to raise an impre
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