ACTED is an association of French international solidarity which aims to support vulnerable populations around the world.
Since 1993, the international solidarity association ACTED has been responding to the humanitarian needs of populations in crisis situations and to respect for their dignity, while promoting and implementing opportunities for sustainable development by investing in the potential of the region. Man. Independent, private and non-profit, the NGO ACTED (statute association law 1901) works in the respect of a strict political and religious impartiality, according to the principles of non-discrimination and transparency, and the values of responsibility, impact, entrepreneurship, and inspiration. ACTED works to respond to emergencies and build resilience of people to crisis situations, promote inclusive and sustainable growth, and strengthen civil society, good governance and social cohesion. ACTED aims to support vulnerable populations around the world and to support them in building a better future by providing a response tailored to specific needs. Our teams help people affected by crises through a global and local approach, multidisciplinary and adapted to each context. By providing the link between Emergency, Rehabilitation and Development, ACTED’s teams guarantee the usefulness and sustainability of the interventions carried out in times of crisis, because only long-term support – staying on site after the emergency and in involving communities – helps break the cycle of poverty and support people on the road to sustainable development. ACTED is now present on 4 continents and our teams of 4,700 people are involved in 37 countries around the world to deal with emergencies, to support rehabilitation projects and support development dynamics. With its experience in close proximity to the situations and needs of vulnerable communities around the world, ACTED contributes to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals, advocating for an integrated approach, co-construction, and a global partnership. Associated with numerous French, European and international partners, ACTED is committed to promoting and developing innovative approaches and initiatives, humanitarian principles, new solidarities and convergences between private operators.
Paris, France 75 009
We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization committed to partnering with educators who share our pledge to provide quality education to Haiti’s children.
We believe that education is the answer to eradicating Haiti’s cycle of poverty and instability because it gives people access to a better quality of life. A population who is educated is more capable of bringing positive change to their country. It is in the spirit of wanting to educate Haiti now that this non-profit organization was formed.
Our mission is to rehabilitate the education sector in Haiti so that all Haitian children, whether wealthy or underprivileged, have access to quality schooling.
ATLANTA , GA 31139
The Haiti Education Alliance, Inc. (THEA) is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization formed by a diverse group of Christians unified by our shared calling to serve the Lord in Haiti. Cynthia Mudd, the founding president, was part of a medical mission team where she worked as an occupational therapist with those injured by the January 2010 earthquake in Port-au-Prince. After that intense trip and with the encouragement of the Manhattan Church of Christ, a group met to put our hearts and minds together to determine how we can best share God’s love and hope with those affected by such overwhelming devastation and help facilitate long-term, sustainable solutions.
As the hundreds of thousands of people affected by the earthquake throughout the country work to establish a new normal for their lives, it was clear the children needed and wanted to return to school.
48 East 80th Street
New York, NY 10075
Handicap International vient en aide aux populations vulnérables, notamment les personnes handicapées, partout dans le monde où cela est nécessaire. L’association répond à leurs besoins essentiels et spécifiques, améliore leurs conditions de vie et les aide à s’insérer dans la société.
69008 Lyon – France
Healing Hands for Haiti Foundation is dedicated to fostering the expansion and quality of rehabilitation services for the benefit of physically disabled children and adults in Haiti. We operate on the principle that the best way to serve the people of Haiti is to enable them to help themselves. Healing Hands for Haiti neither condemns nor promotes any political organization or any religious ideology.
Salt Lake City, UT 84152
#9 Interior, Rue Dalencourt
Bourdon, Port-au-Prince, Haiti
HELP – Hilfe zur Selbsthilfe opened its office in Montenegro’s capital, Podgorica, in April 1999 during the height of the crisis in Kosovo. 1999 was a tumultuous year for humanitarian organizations working in Montenegro. Beneficiary profiles and numbers changed dramatically, from a peak influx of over 84,000 Kos Albanian IDPs in May, to their sudden and massive return in July, followed by a second influx of Serbian, Montenegrin, and Roma IDPs as a result of continued unrest in Kosovo.
HELP is engaged in emergency assistance as well as in rehabilitation and development projects. Whenever possible we are linking emergency aid with selfhelp. It is our aim to encourage the efforts made by the communities affected by catastrophes and misery in order to have them improve their living circumstances themselves. For this reason we are closely cooperating with indigenous partners and NGOs knowing that these people are best familiar with local conditions, culture and needs. Thus we are complementing local efforts and provide external assistance when needed. With our projects we are not only covering immediate humanitarian needs, but we are fighting the causes as well thus aiming at durable solutions. Trying to work most effectively we do of course coordinate our projects with national and international organisations.
Mobilize for Haiti, is a Not-For-Profit, Non-Political, Non-Partisan civil society organization. It was formed by a group of former volunteers who worked tirelessly in the command center of the Haitian Embassy in Washington at the height of the crisis caused by the 7.0 magnitude earthquake. We are Haitian-American professionals, students, civic leaders and friends of Haiti who lead U.S. and International Corporations. We are working in conjunction with stakeholders to build a better Haiti in order to deliver more efficient and effective assistance. Our goal is to create more opportunities for development and revitalization for the country and its citizens.
BROOKLYN , NY 11225
Step-By-Step Haiti is a comprehensive diabetic foot program for Haiti located Hospital Bernard Mevs Project Medishare Wound Care Center.
The mission of Step-by-Step Haiti is to establish a formal diabetic foot care program in Haiti to reduce amputations and subsequently save lives
Franklin, IN 46131 USA
The Haiti Health Trust works alongside a number of other organizations (including Hope Health Action and Hopital Convention Baptiste d’Haiti), in the provision of some urgently needed services in North Haiti. These include, a respite center for children with disabilities, a specialist rehabilitation center for spinal cord injuries and strokes, emergency medical care, a maternity and pediatric unit, and a community health care program.
PO Box 4484
Bethlehem, PA 18018