• Feed, clothe, treat and educate
  • Ease overcrowding, in cities
  • Ease strain on social services and limited government resources
  • Employment opportunities
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IAAS is registered in the US under IRS section 501 (c) (3) FID # 06-0898729 

IAAS (International Association of Adaptive Sciences) has been doing business in Haiti, since 1995, as MEDH (Mission de l’espoir des demunis d’Haiti), ( Mission of Hope for the Destitute of Haiti). MEDH is registered with the Haitian Goverrment and has been declared a public utility FID #ST-3644.

In 1995, the founder of the Association, Dr.  Leslie B. Panchula, a native American Croatan Cherokee Princess and practicing Psychologist and AES Therapist traveled to the Island of Haiti where she met with Dr. Pierre Bovoix Pognon, the founder of MEDH.  Dr. Pognon is a pastor and also holds a PH. D in AES Psychology. 

Accomlishments of IAAS/MEDH

  • 1995 - Medical clinic open in Dupont, Petion-Ville
  • 1996 - College of Adaptive Sciences of Haiti, Education reform. The State University and others received accreditation, from IAAS.
  • 1997 - Medical center and Medical Lab in Pernier 40 Petion-ville
  • 1998 - Kindergarten School, La Gonave, Haiti
  • 1998 - 100 acres of land donated in Caracol for University campus, hospital, children’s village and tourist village. Cap-Haitian is the second largest city, in Haiti.
  • 2000 - Establishment of Medical Clinic and school in Thomazeau, Haiti, in conjunction with Wallace Tumbull, founder of Baptist Haiti Mission
  • 2003 - College of the Arts, Observatoire de Boutilier, Petion-ville

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