The mission of Health and Education for Haiti is to work collaboratively with the Haitian people to address their critical needs, especially those related to health and education. We structure our work into four program areas: medical missions, education, infrastructure, and basic needs. Health and Education for Haiti was formed in 2008 to bring services to the Haitian people who would not otherwise receive any medical care, education, or clean water. We work in collaboration with the local leadership to address the most critical needs in their communities. We work primarily in the Grande-Anse Department (province) in Haiti, which has historically been underserved by both the Haitian Government and International Non-Government Organizations (NGOs). We work closely with the Haitian pastors who provide us facilities and coordination for our efforts. The pastors help announce our services to ensure that the word gets spread in advance of our arrival. Although the overwhelming majority of the Haitian population is Catholic, we provide our services to all who need them regardless of denomination.