HADAC has been instrumental in providing food for many at risk in both Haiti and Dominican Republic, especially during the many natural disasters they have faced over the last few years.
HADAC was instrumental in providing one of our Haitians volunteers with the means to obtain his full medical qualifications. He is now our primary doctor at Monkey Jungle Medical Clinic.
Monkey Jungle free clinics are run by professionally trained personnel and have been supported by many visiting teams and volunteers of doctors, nurses, dentists, hygienists and assistants from numerous countries.
Part of supplying the basic needs to communities is insuring they have a clean water source.
HADAC with the help of the locals has drilled two separate wells in Durac, Haiti.
Located about 8 miles inside El Choco, Mango Fresco is a community of Dominican and Haitian people, where there is a shortage of clean water and basic food needs. We provide medical and dental treatment and deliver food, water and clothing.
This town of 5,000 near the Haitian/Dominican border is a semi-desert with the only water available being contaminated; many residents show signs of dysentery. HADAC with the help of the locals was able to drill two new water wells for this community.
Since the earthquake in 2008, HADAC has been instrumental in providing medical supplies, drinking water and food to this very isolated community that was largely overlooked by international aid organizations.
Cap Haitian has seen an influx of homeless and poor fleeing the devastated areas to the southwest. HADAC continues to supply this area when it is needed and available.