For the past decade, the prestigious Center for High-Impact Philanthropy (CHIP) has recognized HAS for its community-based network of care and its focus on preventive medicine.
patients admitted to hospital annually
people reached with water and sanitation education each year
of children are screened monthly for malnutrition in catchment area
hospital births last year
women screened for cervical cancer
The University of Pennsylvania, 2018, "Community Based Approaches to Health"
"This community-based approach to health delivery—while not cheap—is cost-effective, meaning that it provides tremendous health benefit for the cost... According to a HAS study, as a result of this increased access, death rates in children younger than age 5 were 58% lower in the HAS system, as compared to similar areas of rural Haiti."