- Total Current Students 130
- Most Recent Graduates 14
Target Areas for Sustainable Impact
- Enable students to acquire full time employment
- Impact community by increasing the number of qualified medical works
- Impact mission hospitals by increasing number of qualified staff available.
The FSIL nursing school was conceived as a part of the expanding medical outreach in Léogâne, Haiti. Medical Benevolence Foundation (MBF), in partnership with PC(USA) and the Episcopal Diocese of Haiti, secured ASHA Grants and support from partner congregations to build a nursing school. Dedicated in January 2005, the nursing school program is a part of the Episcopal University of Haiti and often referred to as FSIL (Faculty of Nursing Science of the Episcopal University of Haiti). FSIL has a self-governing board which includes representatives from the Episcopal Diocese of Haiti, MBF, PCUSA and nursing professors from throughout the U.S.