Table 1. Organizational Participation in the Haiti Health Facilities Work Group by Category (N = 56)
Haitian GovernmentNGOs and Private Consultants
 Ministère de la Santé Publique et de la PopulationArkemie
U.S. GovernmentAssociation of Haitian Physicians Abroad, Florida Chapter
 Department of Defense (DOD)Baertracks
 Department of EducationChristian Connections for International Health
 Department of Health and Human ServicesChristian Medical and Dental Associations
 Department of Homeland SecurityCitizen Command Center Database Team, Citizen Action Team
 Department of StateCommunibuild Technologies
 Peace CorpsCrisisCommons
 United States Southern Command (DOD)DirectRelief
 U.S. Agency for International DevelopmentEvotech, Inc.
Multilateral OrganizationsFortiusOne, Inc.
 Geo-Operations Unit, United NationsGlobal Health Action
 International Organization for Migration (IOM)aHaitian Mental Health Network
 Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, United NationsHaiti Village Health
 World Health Organization/Pan American Health OrganizationHumanitarian Medical Aid Direct Relief
 United Nations Development ProgrammeICF International
 World Health Organization headquartersIMA World Health
 Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins UniversityInterAction
 Center for Geographic Analysis, Harvard UniversityLogistics for Health
 Emory UniversityMEASURE Evaluation
 The George Washington UniversityMedical Mission Exchange
 Institute for Global Leadership, Tufts UniversityOpenStreetMap
 Lincoln Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of TechnologyProject Medishare for Haiti
 Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia UniversityReliefWeb
FoundationsSahana Software Foundation
 Clinton FoundationShoreland, Inc.
 Google FoundationSynergist Technology Group, Inc.
Thermopylae Sciences + Technology
World Cares Center
World Concern
  • a Although IOM is not part of the UN system, it works very closely with the UN specialized agencies and is part of UN Country Teams around the world.