“To Simply Make a Difference”
Our non-profit organization has a mission to give back to both local “At Home” and distant “Afar” communities. Our goal is to help people access better medical care, improve living conditions, provide healthcare awareness education, and supply adequate clothing and healthcare products. Our distant/international recent challenges have taken place in the Dominican Republic, where many of the neighborhoods lack governmental support or adequate social infrastructure.
We draw on the resources of our volunteers, supporters, and partners to better the lives of those living in some of the world’s most disadvantaged communities.
We have a goal to not only bring the benefits of modern science, healthcare and humanitarianism to those in the greatest of need, but to support these communities with compassion, kindness, and consideration of their culture.
• OUR PROJECTS •
Our medical team and support volunteers make “home visits” to shut-in patients in Barahona, a secluded barrio in the Dominican Republic. This service is essential for those who are unable to physically make it to our medical clinic.
Clean Water Initiative
We are very thankful for our partnership with The Vandermark Foundation through their generous funding we have been able to build three wells that provide clean water to the communities of Cassandra, Imbert and Rio Chil in the Dominican Republic. These wells bring water to over 400 homes previously without water. We are also very pleased to announce the completion of our first solar project at Imbert with hope to do the same at the other communities.
Each trip, we work to improve the living conditions of the families who are in the greatest need. Our volunteers will provide hard labor to install cement floors, roofs, and paint to improve local living conditions.
AHAA partners with Voices Against Violence, a local crisis abuse shelter. Each year, AHAA sponsors 100+ women and children during the holiday season.
AHAA has donated clothing, sports equipment, and toys to thousands of underprivileged children, women, widows, and families.
We have provided free care to over 6,000 patients living in Barahona. These clinics provide healthcare to civilians who do not have access to any type of medical care.