The Haiti Ministry of Health recently approved the curriculum for a four-year nursing program at the Haiti National School of Nursing in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Students who entered school in October 2013 are the first class of the new program. Five students from the class...Read More
Classes resumed in a temporary structure just months after the devastating earthquake of 2010 leveled the three story building that the Haiti National School of Nursing (HNSON) use to call home. Today, the school operates in a structure built out of shipping containers....Read More
Although students earn their way into HNSON through exemplary academic scores, and tuition is free, the drop-out rate is high because students often cannot afford supplies, uniforms and other basic living expenses. In March 2013, the first scholarships were awarded to the top...Read More
This scholarship fund was inspired by former HNSON dean, Marie Yolande, who fought tirelessly on behalf of nursing students and the health of all Haitian citizens.
The Haiti National School of Nursing Scholarship Fund was created because, in the words of the late Dean Marie Yolande Nazaire, “all Haitian students have needs.” Her dream was to see the students’ living expenses covered to reduce the drop-out rate.
Individuals or groups who want to be sponsor a student may do so in several ways. Donations can be given online or through the mail. Click the appropriate links to donate online or mail a check to the address below.