The following is a list of organizations and information that is vital to our ongoing efforts. These organizations are critical to the success of GSD's collaborative efforts in realizing our shared mission of service. Background information on the communities and people we serve, as well as some medical facts focusing on several of the specialized conditions GSD treats through our services is also included here.
GSD's Haitian partners who endeavor every day to make the lives of their impoverished community better, one person at a time. The St. Luke Foundation for Haiti is a non-profit organization run 100% by Haitians. They provide education, medical care, and outreach to the under served populations of their country.
Nuestros Pequenos Hermanos (NPH), is Spanish for "Our Little Brothers and Sisters" and was founded by Father William Wasson in Mexico in 1954 as an orphanage. NPH has been in Haiti for over 27 years. NPH cares for orphaned and abandoned children throughout Latin America and the Carribean. Over 18,300 children have grown up in the NPH family and today they operate in 8 countries. In addition to Haiti, they serve: Bolivia, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, and Peru.
Global First Responder is an international medical relief organization that was created "to provide a centralized world medical relief database for health care providers". It allows medical personnel a place to socially network about information related to various relief agencies, share their stories, and ask questions and interact with others who provide the same or similar services throughout the world.