- Several times a year, Aid International partners with health professionals from the US and Canada to bring medical aid to villages in Haiti that are without access to regular medical care. These are usually mobile clinics, moving from village to village to reach as many people as possible.
- Access to clean water is very limited in Haiti, particularly in the less developed and remote areas. We have dug wells in Marbial, Carrefour, St. Rock, Jacmel, and Les Cayes, ensuring that each of these communities has regular access to potable water.
- In Les Cayes, which is located in the southwest tip of the island, the organization launched a primary school in 2003 in the community of Madeleine. There are currently 110 students in this school.
- In August of 2010 work began on a Dental/General Clinic in Jacmel. The foundation has been set and work has now begun on the wall columns. Jacmel has a serious lack of dental service providers as well as a general lack of fully equipped clinics that offer routine care. The main hospital in Jacmel remains overcapacity since the earthquake and many patients in the area have nowhere to go. While Aid International has habitually partnered with medical personnel from abroad interested in short-term volunteer work, this permanent structure will allow for long-term projects, as well as serving as a base for the mobile medical teams.
This project is in partnership with Dr. Robert Victome, a practicing dentist in South FL.