Our Live-Saving Services Uplift Haitians In Their Time Of Need

Haiti Air Ambulance (HAA) is a non-profit organization that is the only
helicopter air ambulance service dedicated to serving the 11.4 million people of Haiti, regardless of their ability to pay. Our goal: to help the Haitian Community- medically, economically, environmentally, and socially – in as many ways as we can.


15,000 patients transported, triaged, and treated en route
125 rural clinics and major hospitals depend on us for patient transport
103 doctors are transported to treat thousands of patients annually
60,000 COVID-19 vaccines and critical medical supplies delivered
600 civilian staff trained in emergency healthcare

Helicopter Air Ambulance Response

We get patients from remote, mountainous villages to hospitals in 35 minutes instead of 5 hours.

Critical Maternal and Perinatal Care

We perform life-saving measures for pregnant women and their newborns.

Patient and Doctor Transport

We transport patients, doctors, vaccines and medical supplies to clinics and hospitals across the country.

Emergency Response Relief

We are first on site to help rescue victims of hurricanes, earthquakes, epidemics and other catastrophes.

Healthcare Training and Employment

Healthcare Training and Employment

Did You Know...

In Haiti, travel to medical care can be a brutal trip lasting up to 12 hours in some areas? Your donation makes it possible for us to provide life-saving helicopter rides that reduce travel time to just 24 minutes.

You Can Fund Our Efforts

Whether you give a dollar amount or cover the entire cost of a specific program or item, your donations ensure we can continue to provide life-saving support to the people of Haiti through our supplies and specialized programs.

Volunteer Your Talents

Haiti Air Ambulance welcomes volunteers with air medical experience to participate in our program. We operate in accordance with the highest standards of our industry, and our work would not be possible without our talented and passionate volunteers.

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