How H.O.P.E. Haiti is working to mitigate recent challenges in Haiti
While Haiti is still reeling from a presidential assassination and the growing control of gangs, grassroots efforts to improve conditions for resident bravely continue. H.O.P.E. Haiti is a partnership designed to improve healthcare and create educational opportunities in Haiti. The organization's medical director is in Rochester discussing the recent violence and challenges.
We sit down with him and H.O.P.E. Haiti leaders to talk about what the country needs and how people can help. Our guests:
- Thony Voltaire, M.D., chief medical director for H.O.P.E. Haiti
- Sosthenes Pierre-Philippe, Haitian American, and long-time board member for H.O.P.E. Haiti
- Michel Cassagnol, member of the Haitian diaspora, and long-time H.O.P.E. Haiti volunteer
- Mike Shields, volunteer deputy executive director of H.O.P.E. Haiti, and co-founder of the Alyans Sante Borgne (ASB)