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These projects represent only a sample of the hundreds of projects MSAADA has had the opportunity to work on.
Established in 1881, the majority of this hospital’s facilities in downtown Port-au-Prince were destroyed in the earthquake that shook Haiti ..
In this design-build project commissioned by the United States’ Department of State (DOS), MSAADA partnered with a Haitian contractor (construction) ..
The Salvation Army has maintained a presence in Haiti since 1950, and the international organization has been particularly active in the ..
A Minnesota-based congregation, Westwood Community Church, partnered with World Relief Malawi to build a series of community training centers in ..
Following the 2010 earthquake, the Haitian government and other organizations sponsored ‘Building Back Better’, a permanent housing design and construction ..
West Nairobi School is a K-12 Christian school with a North American curriculum attended by children of diplomats, expatriate business ..
After the earthquake that shook Haiti in 2010, many families migrate out of Port-au-Prince into areas more removed from the ..
Founded as a Danish colony in the 1600s, Tranquebar (now Tharangambadi) is home to the oldest Protestant Church in India, ..
The Healing Hands for Haiti (HHH) Prosthetics and Orthotics (P&O) Outpatient Center (for which MSAADA also provided design and construction supervision ..
This project for a prosthetic and orthotics (P&O) workshop was a funding collaboration between the Episcopal churches of Haiti and ..
St. Timothy Lutheran Church, within the Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Central African Republic (ELCCAR), is truly a structure of ..
This unique church in Ankaramalaza, Madagascar is designed to regularly accommodate 850 people with the ability of accommodating an additional ..