Central Park Medical is a company that generates income enough to pay its own bills and support our nonprofit project. We allocate certain amount of money for the charitable cause. That makes our workers to know that they not just working to support they living but also helping to build the prosperity of the World. We are not a big company, but we manage to build livestock cooperatives in the rural areas of Haiti, we digging water wells providing fresh drinking water, building schools and chicken coops and most of all we bringing hope to those who vulnerable, we making that little girl believe in her dream, she knows that life is beautiful and prosperity is her birth right. She knows she is in power to build her future.

Our Story

Our volunteers traveling to the rural village of Belle Anse , Haiti in June, 2017. Our goal is to help this community combat malnutrition, which is one of the biggest issues facing most Haitians, and achieve independent sustainable living through farming practices and rearing animals to provide food and generate income.

Last year, our efforts in Haiti were almost completely wiped out by Hurricane Matthew. The village lost the livestock and agricultural resources we helped provide. The good news is that they were able to rebuild some of it. This year during our visit we will be reassessing the needs of the community, rebuilding the chicken coops, and providing basic medical care, along with testing for Tuberculous, HIV, and Sexually Transmitted Diseases.

This is where we need you. Until now our office has been using our own money to fund projects, but imagine what we could accomplish with your help. We will be able to increase the number of livestock (chickens and goats) purchased, which will benefit more families, buy better supplies to build stronger chicken coops, and provide more education and training about farming and soil cultivation.

Thank you for taking the time to read our story. We hope you will join us by making a donation. With your assistance we can make a difference in the lives of the families in Belle Anse.

The Angels Undercover
Angels landed in New York City. Do you believe in Angels? They are among us, sent down to us, somewhere from above. They come to you and me in our darkest hours, to show us how to live and teach us how to give. Angels Undercover wrap their wings around the sick, feed the hungry and channel the Angelic Lights for everyone who comes across them. They drive around New York every day. No one knows their names, no one knows where they come from, and no one knows where they will appear next. But everyone in need knows that they do exist. On a cold winter's day, the homeless wait for them to drive by and drop off a hot meal, a blanket and a word of kindness.
Our Mission Women Empowerment

The most important part of our mission women empowerment, while respecting the local traditions and customs, our goal to involve women in our cooperative and develop they own business, our plan to distribute livestock and other animals, so she would be able to support herself and her family. Family planning and STD prevention, education are also part of our mission.




this is Belle Anse region, South of Haiti, our team had to take a rowing boat daily through Caribbean sea to reach the village, where we performed our mission.

we are assessing current half built structure to use it for our mobile clinic.

educating locals to use condoms male and female

Caring our medical supplies.

providing basic STD testing and treatment

Women education and empowerment

our team at the airport

our improvised clinic

Angels in action

building school in Belle Anse,

set up the clean fresh drinking water in village

set up the clean fresh drinking water in village

providing medical supplies to the local midwife

building chicken coops for our cooperative initiative

building chicken coops for our cooperative initiative

for the first time in the history of the village locals have an access to a clean water

combating deforestation by planting moringa trees to rejuvenate and regenerate the soil

our team members Yves and Laila taking a little break

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