1Hope4Haiti is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the education of the of Haiti by connecting benevolence sponsors to Haiti underprivileged children.
Norfolk, VA 23513
Adopt Haiti Project seeks to aid Haiti by bringing Virginians and Haitians together through cultural programs, educational and informational platforms, and social events. We will share Haiti’s strengths, riches, talents, and passions through the eyes & lives of the Haitian people.
RICHMOND, VA 23223
Welthungerhilfe is one of the largest private aid organisations in Germany, independent of politics and religion. It was established in 1962, as the German section of the “Freedom from Hunger Campaign”, one of the world’s first initiatives aimed at the eradication of hunger.
What we do
We fight for the eradication of hunger and poverty. Our aim is to render our work unnecessary. We provide aid from a single source: From rapid disaster relief to long-term development cooperation projects. In 2015, we were able to support 7.3 million people with 387 overseas projects in 40 countries. Since its establishment, Welthungerhilfe has supported more than 8,120 overseas projects with around 3.03 billion Euro, 5,746 of which have been self-help projects (more facts and figures in the latest annual report).
How we work
Help to self-help is our guiding principle; together with local partner organisations we strengthen structures on a grassroots level and ensure a long-term success of our projects. Moreover, we inform the public and advise politics – nationally and internationally. We thus fight for change of the circumstances that lead to hunger and poverty.
Aider Haiti is an organization founded with the intention of providing education, food, an orphanage, Medical Aid and Water to hundreds of children and adults that reside outside of the immediate vicinity of Haiti’s capital or any of the major cities notably the countryside town of Pendus, neglected by its government. Pendus is a town that has no hospitals, no form of running neither water nor electricity. Aider Haiti seeks to help rebuild the community by providing potable water, a medical facility that can enrich the lives of the several thousand that resides in the region.
Silver Spring, MD 20915 USA
La Chaîne de l’Espoir is a French non-profit working with disadvantaged children. Since 1994, we have worked around the world to provide access to healthcare and education. Our organisation was founded by Professor Alain Deloche and is currently chaired by Dr Eric Cheysson.
56-58 rue des Morillons 75015 Paris
NASTAD Haiti has been working with Haiti’s Ministry of Health (MoH) since 2003. Much of NASTAD Haiti’s work has focused on evaluating, planning, expanding, and supporting comprehensive HIV case-based surveillance, including the development of a national case-based HIV surveillance system, enhanced perinatal surveillance to support care for mothers living with HIV and their exposed infants, and integrated case surveillance for HIV and TB. Case reports are submitted via a web-based platform, built via existing IT infrastructure, which receives case reports in a low-barrier way from most known publicly funded HIV testing, treatment, and care sites in Haiti. At the close of 2014, over 230,000 case reports had been received from four electronic inputs, representing approximately 90% of annual HIV diagnoses. NASTAD Haiti works with the Ministry of Health and other in country partners to create reports and data presentations at both the national and regional levels.
To further support comprehensive HIV surveillance, NASTAD Haiti, and the MoH co-facilitate a National HIV Surveillance Working Group to guide the planning and timing of surveillance activities, as well as the use of generated surveillance data.
Founded in 1917, the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC) is a Quaker organization that promotes lasting peace with justice, as a practical expression of faith in action.
Drawing on continuing spiritual insights and working with people of many backgrounds, we nurture the seeds of change and respect for human life that transform social relations and systems.
Port-au-Prince, Haiti, HT6111
Rooted in Yoga philosophy, AMURT (Ananda Marga Universal Relief Team) is an international and development organization promoting rights-based strategies to eradicate poverty and help create opportunities for everyone to realize their potential. The mission of AMURT-Haiti is to strengthen local capacities through a participatory approach while fostering Universal values.
AMURT-Haiti started its program in Haiti in 1986, beginning with education and community leadership in Port-au-Prince.
AMURT (Ananda Marga Universal Relief Team) is one of the few private international humanitarian organizations founded in India. Since its inception in 1965 its original objective was to help meet the needs of the affected population after disasters that regularly hit the Indian sub-continent. Over the years AMURT has established teams in thirty-four countries, to create a network that can meet disaster and development needs almost anywhere in the world. In 1985 we broadened our goals to include long-term development. We feel that we can play a useful role in helping vulnerable communities break the cycle of poverty and gain greater control over their lives. For us, development is human exchange: people sharing wisdom, knowledge and experience to build a better world.
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