Delivery of medical supplies in Port-a-Piment

Six months after Hurricane Matthew devastated the commune of Port-a-Piment , the local hospital is still very active with patients coming from the Southwest coast of Haiti (Tiburon, Les Anglais, Chardonnières, Roche-a-Bateau, Coteaux etc..).

With the support of the Medecins Sans Frontières (MSF) organization, the hospital is now recognized for providing very good services. Everyone in town has something positive to say about the hospital and its staff. 75 patients are scheduled for treatment daily and 120 people are now employed at this facility according to Mr Pierre Van Heddegem, MSF Project Coordinator.

On March 26th, 2017, Konbit Pou Potapiman Inc, delivered 4 boxes of medical supplies donated by The International Surgical Health Initiative (ISHI) Global organization. The supplies included gloves, drapes, staplers,bandage rolls, syringes, IV catheters, suture sets, bottles of Nacl irrigation, curity bandages, gauze sponges etc…. These supplies were trusted to the hospital Medical Director, Dr Missole Antoine and to the Administrator Mr. Evens Pierre.

On behalf of the hospital of Port-a-Piment, Konbit Pou Potapiman Inc., thanks Dr Ziad Zifri,President of IHSI Global Organization for his support and willingness to help. Sincere thanks to Mrs. Michèle Sidney for her assistance and support..


On behalf of the Board of Directors, Konbit Pou Potapiman Inc. wishes you all a very Happy and Healthy Holiday Season!

As 2016 draws to a close, we look ahead to 2017 with confidence and determination to meet the challenges ahead. We thank each and everyone of you who supported us during 2016 and we look forward to a stronger partnership. Thank you for your continued readership.   Please take a moment to view a summary of 2016 KPP’s activities in the commune of Port-a-Piment that your donations have allowed us to do:

KPP 2016 Summary of Activities




Nouvelles en bref

11-01-16– On Tuesday November 1st, 2016, a group of 25 university students visited Port-a-Piment in a show of solidarity with its residents. Port-a-Piment has been one of the hardest areas hit by the hurricane Matthew.

The students were led by Dr Ernst (Enso) Jean Joseph, Director of the State University Student Life Division.

Their mission was to deliver some hurricane relief supplies such as tarps, buckets to the residents and to perform preventive spraying for mosquito larvae throughout the town. They also took the opportunity to enjoy a 20 minute soccer exhibition game with the local soccer club which received some soccer balls.

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We congratulate Dr Enso for his leadership and love for our commune. Bravo Dr. Enso!