We welcome the opportunity to share our experience on the ground as well as our materials and human resources with you so that we can carry out more efficiently our mission. We hope that our medical, agricultural, environmental or livestock production projects will get all your support, and the necessary funding so that we can deliver and meet the expectation of those who just need a helping hand to be on their feet and become self sufficient.
To ensure that the beneficiaries of our projects are healthy enough to work on improving their livelihood, we seek medical supplies and consumables to respond to their urgent medical need and avoid prohibitive medical expenses they could not afford at this critical moment of their lives. That is why we collect and accept in exchange for tax credit as per our 501(c)(3) status with the IRS the following supplies for our:
|( 1 ) Radiographic Room||( 2 ) Ultrasound Room||( 3 ) Laboratory|
|( 4 ) Pharmacy||( 5 ) EKG/ ECG AHAMES|
Tree Nurseries for reforestation
|AHAMES and its professional staff made of ten Agricultural Engineers, four Civil Engineers, eleven Doctors, two Nurses, one Pharmacist, three Laboratory Technicians etc provides good accountability for the resources devoted or allocated to implement medical, agricultural, environmental and/ or safe drinking water projects. The organization performs on an annual basis an audit of its book to ensure compliance with the terms of the donor agencies.
In addition to our own audit provided to Donors, Partners, or Funding organizations, these organizations are welcomed to perform their own audit of our books to ensure that every dollar received is accounted for and is used for the purpose for which it was given.
We are grateful for your interest and participation to help us improve the environment that is severely damaged, to support our effort of building water wells and make safe drinking water accessible to thousands, for the healthcare made available in communities that were neglected because their are too poor to have direct access to healthcare in their neighborhood, and for the introduction of livestock of improved breeds that is going to benefit many communities, and improve their economic condition. Thru these efforts and together we are taking a bite out of the poverty cycle that has prevailed in Haiti over the last two hundred years of this nation. We try to deliver results that can speak for themselves.