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Helping Haiti build the future with healthy mothers and healthy babies.



Our 2013 Annual Report is now available on ISSUU!  Please click HERE to read it, and your feedback is welcome!

Maison de Naissance, (MN), “Home of Birth,” sponsored by Global Birthing Home Foundation, is a modern maternity center supporting healthy mothers and healthy babies in Haiti with high quality medical care and ongoing community oriented support.

Thanks to the generosity of our donors and volunteers, Maison de Naissance has delivered over 4,700 healthy babies, and conducted more than 132,000 consultations since 2004.  We provide all of our services at no charge to an impoverished community in rural Haiti whose residents could not otherwise afford or access them.

Our challenge is to prevent maternal and infant deaths.  Maternal and infant mortality rates in Haiti are among the highest in the world. Our strategy has been to recognize the barriers which deny healthcare to the poor and strive to overcome them.  The three most common barriers to receiving quality health care in impoverished communities are accessibility, financial, and cultural (education and superstition).  Maison de Naissance provides accessible (transportation provided), free, reliable healthcare for women and babies in a culturally acceptable and welcoming environment.  We employ innovative technologies to ensure quality care, and produce measurable outcomes, that can be tracked month to month and year by year.

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Healthy Mothers and Healthy Babies

  • Our vision:
    Communities where maternal and neonatal mortality rates are low and every mother and infant have the right to a healthy birth.
  • Our Guiding Principles:
    High-quality maternal and infant healthcare
    , including full prenatal, delivery, and postnatal care, provided with compassion and dignity, that is available 24x7, accessible, culturally appropriate, and free of charge, with personal relationships to every expectant mother in our zone of service.
  • Indigenous management, including local staffing, with programs for technical skills enhancement, professional training, and education.
  • Innovative and efficient use of technology, including electronic medical records, telemedicine through IM and internet transmission, and specially designed assessment tools.
  • Community engagement, including population surveys, community health education, house calls, collaboration with community and government bodies, and partnerships with other mission related agencies.