JOIN US TODAY
Sign Up for Newsletter
CLICK HERE
Mother and child Health Issue of the Month
» Click Here


CONTACT INFORMATION
NHAHA
C/DCS
182 Fourh Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11217

Telephone:(718) 554-7522
Toll-free: (1-888) 662-8962
E-mail: info@nhaha.org


NHAHA Official Website
2011 Haiti Health Conference
About the conference
Abstracts
Agenda
Sponsorship
Registration
NHAHA Scholarship

 

Conference Updates

Introducing the 2011 conference Keynote Speaker

Charlotte Eddis, Haiti Health Reconstruction Coordinator, US Government

The complexity and scope of the USG Haiti health reconstruction strategy—which prioritizes health system strengthening as well as health outcomes and represents a departure from past USG practices—demands the integration and unification of a single USG health sector team implementing against an integrated USG health sector strategy. A formalized USG coordination mechanism has been designed to manage the implementation of the new USG Haiti health reconstruction strategy.

Ms Eddis leads the interagency health team, consisting of agency field leadership from DHHS/CDC and USAID, to support coherent, consistent and faithful execution of the USG Haiti health strategy. Prior to working for the US Government, Ms Eddis worked at Dalberg Global Development Advisors in Geneva, Switzerland, providing strategic advice to health and development programs in 17 countries (including Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Ghana, Haiti, Mozambique, Nigeria), as well as at headquarters level (all health-related UN agencies including the World Health Organization and its partnerships including the Health Metrics Network, Roll Back Malaria Partnership, Unitaid; Global Fund for AIDS, TB and Malaria; World Bank; Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation). She has a Masters in Development Management from the London School of Economics and a Bachelor’s degree in Modern Languages (French and Italian) from the University of Oxford.


PRESENTERS - We have assembled a great line up of presenters and invitees including: The US Department of State, Haiti Ministry of Public Health; Association Medicale Haitienne (AMH); Centre Medico Port- Au-Prince; The International Training and Education Center for Health (I-TECH); Center for Community Health Education & Research (CCHER); Partners in Health Protection; Center for Health Education and Social Services (CHES); Haitian Pediatric Society; The Haitian Mental Health Coalition; DWA FANM; Housing Works; MADRE, The Center for Multicultural Wellness and Prevention, Inc. (CMWP); FATEM;1000 jobs/Haiti; Center for Multicultural Mental Health Research; Haiti Outreach Pwoje Espwa (H.O.P.E); Partners In Health (PIH); Haitian Diaspora Working In Haiti (HDWIH), Haitian Center's Council, Human Watch International, Partners In Health, Oxfam.



NHAHA 2011 conference
"Work in Hati" FAIR

As part of NHAHA's commitment to strengthening the Health workforce in Haiti, we have brought "Work in Haiti" component to the conference agenda with the goal of providing information, resources and job opportunities for individuals and entities interested in working in Haiti

Integration of the Diaspora:

We have partnered with the "Haitian Diaspora Working in Haiti (HDWIH)" to focus on the integration of the Diaspora.

1. An overview of the Funding opportunities in Health in Haiti for new and already engaged CBO's
2. Offer specific resources and concrete guidance on outside Haitians transitioning to Haiti.

Funding & Contracting: In addition, we will have presentations to:

3. Discuss the contracting process of organizations such as USAID and the Ministry of Health
4. Explore funding opportunities for already engaged and new CBO's and other organizations in Haiti

JOB Recruitment - Major job recruiting companies will be on hand to answer your questions and explore job opportunities with you.



Registration in Haiti
Registration in Haiti will be assured by our conference partner, Association Medicale Haitienne (AMH) in Port-au-Prince:

Address: 29 1ere avenue du travail
Email:secretariatamh@gmail.com - Tel: (509) 25 11 84 09


NHAHA Presents
The kick-off of the 8th Annual Conference

Please join us for this special fundraising event as NHAHA prepares to embark in Haiti to address global health disparities post the 2010 earthquake:

HAITI HEALTH - REFORMS THROUGH A GLOBAL LENS


When: Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Where: Kombit Restaurant, 279 Flatbush Avenue
Brooklyn, NY (between St Marks & Prospect Avenues)
Time: 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

RSVP: By October 10, 2011 at 718-554-7522
Conf. Planning Team: conference2011@nhaha.org

A $50 donation is suggested to support this event.
Donation can be made online (or at the door):
CLICK HERE TO MADE YOUR D0NATION ONLINE
   

                                       

                                                   

©2010 - 2015 National Haitian American Health Alliance. All rights reserved.
Web site designed by SIRIUS WEB SOLUTIONS

                                                 

France flag
 

 
 
POLICY BRIEFS

July 12, 2010
The federal government announced on Tuesday its plan to fight the AIDS epidemic by reallocating resources to the hardest-hit areas, adopting the most effective strategies and relying on evidence-based research.
 
 

Facebook logo
 

Follow us on Twitter

©2010 - 2015 National Haitian American Health Alliance. All rights reserved.
Web site designed by SIRIUS WEB SOLUTIONS