|1. Dartmouth Haiti Response||$209,252.91|
|2. Deryn Kellogg||$171,545.00|
|3. test test||$111,236.56|
|4. Tricia Raynard||$69,895.00|
|5. Julie Veroff||$56,335.59|
|6. Andrew Solomon||$48,650.00|
|7. David West||$40,398.00|
|8. Gabrie Rey-Goodlatte||$39,649.17|
|9. mark arnoldy||$27,173.65|
|10. Joanne Lai||$27,126.01|
|1. test test||8171|
|2. Samuel Minkoff||1309|
|3. Dartmouth Haiti Response||1210|
|4. Julie Veroff||993|
|5. Gabrie Rey-Goodlatte||710|
|6. mark arnoldy||615|
|7. Julianna Wang||589|
|8. Morgan Debaun||390|
|9. Brooke Grossman||224|
|10. Anthony Chong||212|
The personal fundraising pages on act.pih.org enable you to make the fight for global health equity personal and mobilize others to join this fight with you.
In Haitian Kreyol “tout moun se moun” means every person is a person, and every person can take part in bring badly needed relief to the people of Haiti.
January 12, 2011, marks the first anniversary of the devastating earthquake that flattened much of Port-au-Prince and several nearby cities. With more than 20 years of experience in Haiti, a network of 12 hospitals and health centers, and more than 4,400 Haitian staff, Partners In Health (PIH) and our Haitian sister organization, Zanmi Lasante (ZL), stepped in immediately, both to treat thousands of desperately wounded people and to help restore and strengthen public health facilities and services.
One year after the earthquake, PIH has recorded more than 240,000 patient visits at our clinics in spontaneous settlements, has begun the construction of a 320-bed national referral and teaching hospital in Mirebalais, and has made important investments in infrastructure, staffing, and training at hospitals we operate jointly with the Ministry of Health in the Central Plateau and Lower Artibonite. However, much work remains to be done.
Please Stand With Haiti today -- start your personal fundraising campaign to help build back better in Haiti.