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Community Organizations
Community Organizations serve a very real need in modern day American society. The AMHE would like to recognize contributions of the organizations listed below to our South Florida area. Please visit the links for more information on each Community Organization.
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1 Haitian American Leadership Organization (HALO)
The Haitian American Leadership Organization, HALO, is an established non-profit organization whose main objectives are promoting education, fostering unity, promoting networking, and improving the image of Haitians throughout South Florida.
2 Haitian Nurses Associaton
The purpose of the Haitian Nurses Association is to provide nurses the opportunity to unite as a group, to share and promote ideas of interest to the group, and to become effectively involved with the issues and services relevant to the health and welfare of the community.
3 Project Medishare
Project Medishare for Haiti, Inc., a 501.3 non-profit registered in the State of Florida, was founded in 1995 by Drs. Barth Green and Arthur Fournier from the University of Miami School of Medicine.

It is an organization dedicated to sharing its human and technical resources with its Haitian partners in the quest to achieve quality healthcare for all. This mission is accomplished through two distinct but complimentary programs which now frequently intersect, such as the Community Health Program and the surgical and medical care trips.
4 SantLa: Haitian Neighborhood Center
Sant La Haitian Neighborhood Center is a nonprofit organization located in the Little Haiti neighborhood of Miami, Florida.

Sant La provides information and referral services in the areas of education, housing opportunities, economic self-sufficiency, and access to healthcare and legal counsel. Sant La is also dedicated to developing capacity and collaborative opportunities for neighborhood agencies.
5 Fanm Ayisyen Nan Miyami, Inc. (FANM)
Fanm Ayisyen Nan Miyami, Inc. (FANM)/Haitian Women of Miami was founded in 1991, to work for the “social and political empowerment” of Haitian women and their families.

FANM is an advocacy and social service agency located in the heart of Little Haiti, serving the needs of low income women and their families as well as victims of abuse, neglect, violence, discrimination and racism. Since 1991, FANM has championed and advocated for the rights of those who have been underserved, marginalized, disenfranchised, and discriminated against in South Florida.
6 Center For Haitian Studies
The Center for Haitian Studies (CHS) is a duly registered non-profit, tax-exempt health and social service organization founded in 1988 for the purpose of serving the disenfranchised populations of Little Haiti/Little River in Miami, Florida.

In keeping with its mission, CHS provides a wide range of services to members of the population including health education, health services free of charge to indigents, psychosocial counseling, case management, home-delivered meals, food bank, direct financial assistance and transportation. Other services provided by the Center for Haitian Studies to the general population include crime prevention, literacy, case management, cultural adaptation and counseling services for new immigrants who arrived in Florida after 1994.

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