Our Haitian Staff

For a long time now, it has been a dream of Dick and Barb Hammond, the founders of FOTCOH, to have our amazing FOTCOH Haitian staff run the clinic entirely by themselves. Knowing that these skilled doctors and nurses were capable of treating patients without the assistance of American volunteers and giving them a chance […]

Global Facts about WASH

The FOTCOH WASH (Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene) Program will focus on efforts to nurture good hygiene practices, especially hand washing with soap. Good hygiene practices reduce the incidence of diseases such as pneumonia, scabies, skin and eye infections and diarrhea-related diseases like cholera and dysentery. The key to improving hygiene practices amongst children is to […]

Introducing our Education Clinics!

The Education Clinics, unlike the Medical Clinics, are intended to add an educational component to the FOTCOH programs outside of what the medical teams provide for patients. An important aspect of working towards keeping the Haitian population healthy is teaching practices and skills that they can apply to their daily lives. FOTCOH has developed a […]