Pete Noll
Faculty Advisor: M. Bernardine Dias

Title: Project HATCH: Helping Advance Technology, Communication, and Health in Haiti

   
     
Short
Bio
 

Pete Noll is a graduate student at the H. John Heinz III School of Public Policy and Management. Before enrolling at the school, he served as the director of a nonprofit organization in Oaxaca, Mexico. He also worked as a member of the Peace Corps in Guatemala and El Salvador. His future plans included policy and political work related to helping the disadvantaged in Latin America.

     
Project Synopsis
 

The Helping Advance Technology, Communication, and Health in Haiti (HATCH) project endeavors to find cost-effective communicatioin and scheduling technologies that help empower rural community health centers, affiliated with the H˘pital Albert Schweitzer (HAS) in Haiti, to provide better healthcare outcomes for their constituents.   By leveraging the personal experiences and skills of the project group members, our team represents a unique partnership between the H. John Heinz III School for Public Policy and Management, TechBridgeWorld, and HAS.