November 1, 2018

Injuries like a broken arm are usually considered to be painful, yet ultimately minor inconveniences in America. But in a developing country like Haiti, these minor injuries can have heartbreaking consequences. Take the

August 13, 2018

In January 2010, a devastating 7.0 magnitude earthquake hit Haiti and killed 200,000 people. The earthquake was centered near Port-au-Prince, the nation’s capital, which was destroyed. Many hospitals were leveled, government buildings were

May 17, 2018

The constellation in the skies over Haiti Air Ambulance expanded recently when Roger Noel, James Paterson Marcelin, Rony Pierre and Jimmy Beliard were the first Haitians to become Internationally Certified Flight Communications Specialists

February 22, 2018

Doing good leads to feeling good, as everyone knows. Sometimes, it’s easy to do good without even trying! Shopping for a cause can be a yearround activity, not just when the holidays approach.

January 15, 2018

HAA Transport Saves Pregnant Woman Pregnancy is a joy that women everywhere in the world can share in. The gift of life transcends nationality, social standing and race. But the usual challenges of

September 8, 2017

Haiti Air Ambulance Medical Evacuation Readiness Hurricane Irma passed over the northern edge of Hispaniola September 7. The wake of destruction impacted countless homes along Haiti’s northern boarder, leaving families without basic food,

August 1, 2017

Project C.U.R.E. and Haiti Air Ambulance Join Forces The idea of “hope” was brought to life quite literally when Project C.U.R.E. and Haiti Air Ambulance (HAA) came together recently. It was delivered in

September 7, 2016

[caption id="attachment_1513" align="alignleft" width="493"] Gonaives, Haiti[/caption] Hurricane Matthew has ravaged the Caribbean, destroying villages, families and lives. As the sun sets on October 4, 2016, the tiny island nation of Haiti was once again

March 3, 2014

After a long wait in customs, our hangar beams are now on site and going up!

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