Reproducing Inequities: Poverty and the Politics of Population in Haiti

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APPENDIX

ORGANIZATIONS SUPPORTING COMPREHENSIVE REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT

CPFO (Centre de Promotion des Femmes Ouvrieres / Center for the Promotion of Women Workers). Long established, CPFO provides comprehensive reproductive health care, dermatology, and mental health services to women and men who work or live near Port-au-Prince's main industrial zone. CPFO also works with a legal team to protect the rights of women on the factory floor and in society at large. Contact: cpfo@hainet.net.

APROSIFA (Association pour la Promotion de la Santé Intégrate de la Famille / Association for the Promotion of Comprehensive Family Health). Based in Carrefour Feuilles, Port-au-Prince, APROSIFA manages clinical and social action programs including comprehensive care for adults (internal medicine, reproductive health, and numerous subspecialties) as well as adolescents and pediatrics. APROSIFA promotes health care access, treatment, prevention, and education as unequivocal rights for all Haitians. Contact: aprosifa@direcway.com.

HAS/Women's Health Project (Hopital Albert Schweitzer / Women's Health Program). Situated in the Artibonite Valley, the Women's Health Project offers Haitian women living in remote rural villages access to comprehensive reproductive health care. Committed nurses, many of whom live and work on the clinic premises, ensure that women receive full emergency obstetric care as well as comprehensive family planning options and treatment for sexually transmitted diseases. Contact: www.hashaiti.org (specify the Women's Health Program).

ZL/PSF (Zanmi Lasante/Pwoje Sante Fanm / Partners in Health/Women's Health Project). The women's health center building at Zanmi Lasante was completed in 2001 to provide prenatal, obstetric, and

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