Monthly Archives: March 2011

Poul’s recent trip to Malawi brought exciting news about lots of progress being made on multiple facilities for the World Relief Malawi project in the Sharing the Blessings program funded by Westwood Community Church. Enjoy the following pictures from various villages and projects from Poul’s visit:

Primary School Extension in Chitipa (Phase I)

Some children at the Primary School Ext. in Chitipa (Phase I)

Phase I Village Center in Namatubi

HEART Center in Chitipa (Phase I)

Store House at HEART Center in Chitipa (Phase I)

Phase III HEART Center in Lilongwe

Entrance to Phase III HEART Center in Lilongwe

Phase II Village Center in Chipakama

Phase II Village Center in Chisitu

Phase II Village Center in Chisenga

Phase IV Village Center in Naviziwa

Phase IV Village Center in Ishalikila

Phase IV Village Center in Yesaya

The site of Hopital St. Francois de Sales in Port-au-Prince has been demolished and cleared and is ready for construction. Both existing buildings, namely the HIV/AIDS building and Autopsy/Morgue building, are close to completion with renovation. Construction of the first three buildings (Chapel, Administration, and Laundry Services/Sisters’ Residence) and water tower will commence momentarily. Construction documents for the Outpatient Department complex and Inpatient Department complex are well underway.


Updated bird’s eye perspective of complete Hopital St. Francois de Sales.


Perspective of Hopital St. Francois de Sales Chapel.

Also in Port-au-Prince, the HHHIF Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Institute will very shortly commence construction of the Outpatient Center.

Updated bird’s eye perspective of complete HHHIF Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Institute.

Also, plans continue to develop for a new OPD with diagnostic facilities plus administration at Alma Mater Hospital. Alma Mater is a hospital of the Roman Catholic church in Gros-Morne, Haiti.

Updated bird’s eye site perspective of new OPD/Diagnostics/Administration at Alma Mater Hospital.

In addition to the above mentioned projects, MSAADA is currently developing other medical related projects in Haiti as our presence in Haiti grows.