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  • Action Against Hunger - ACF International

    An international humanitarian organization committed to ending world hunger by providing vulnerable communities with access to safe water and sustainable solutions to hunger. Their programs in over 40 countries underline comprehensive approach, lasting solutions, community centered workshops, full accountability and transparency and efficiency in their efforts.

    - For rescue efforts in Haiti, click here
    - For rescue efforts in other countries, click here
    - For information on their specific areas of work, click here
    - For employment opportunities, click here
    - For getting involved, click here

    Areas of service: Emergency Response, Natural Disaster, Food & Water distribution, Sanitation

    Action Against Hunger | ACF-USA
    247 West 37th Street, 10th Floor
    New York, NY 10018
    Phone: (212) 967-7800 or (877) 777-1420 (toll free)
    Fax: (212) 967-5480
    Email: Visit their contact page

    Go to Action Against Hunger's Website

  • ActionAid

    A non-profit organization committed to reducing poverty and injustice in vulnerable communities by identifying the underlying causes. In Africa, Asia, and Latin America, their work includes on-the-ground provision of health care, education, food, assistance in the face of natural disasters and conflict, and developing capacity of civil society to affect change in the countries where they work.

    - For specific information on their program areas, click here
    - For information about where they work, click here
    - For their current projects, click here
    - For projects in Haiti, click here
    - For employment, click here

    Areas of service: International Policy, Food Rights, Women's Rights, Emergencies, HIV and AIDS, Education

    ActionAid
    1420 K Street, NW
    Suite 900
    Washington, DC 20005
    Phone: (202) 835-1240
    Email: info@actionaid.org or visit their contact page

    Go to ActionAid's Website

  • American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC)

    This humanitarian assistance organization works in more than 70 countries and in Israel to alleviate hunger and hardship, rescue Jews in danger, create lasting connections to Jewish life, and provide immediate relief and long-term development support worldwide for victims of natural and man-made disasters. In Haiti, they work in partnerships with other organizations in providing shelter, water, medical aid supplies, food and economic rehabilitation.

    - For rescue efforts in Haiti, click here
    - For JDC disaster relief work in others countries, click here
    - For employment, click here
    - For their programs worldwide, click here

    Areas of service: Disaster Relief, Emergency Response

    American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee
    Phone: (212) 687-6200 for General Inquiries
    Email: idp@jdc.org for International Development (IDP) – Non Sectarian Efforts
    Email: Visit their contact page for further information on their programs worldwide, volunteerism, technical / archives.

    Go to American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee's Website

  • American Jewish World Service (AJWS)

    Established in 1985, this development organization is committed to alleviating poverty, hunger and disease among the people of the developing world. AJWS partners with grassroots community-based organizations to bring first hand experiences to their volunteers. They also provide opportunities for people to learn, work, serve and travel in Africa, Asia and the Americas.

    - For projects, in Haiti, click here
    - For rescue efforts in other countries, click here
    - For specific detail on their work, click here
    - For information on how to get help, click here
    - For employment, click here

    Areas of service: Advocacy, Education, Human Rights, Nutrition, Grants & more

    American Jewish World Service
    45 West 36th Street
    New York, NY 10018
    Phone: (212) 792-2900 / (800) 889-7146
    Fax: (212) 792-2930
    Email: ajws@ajws.org or visit their contact page for locations in Washington & San Francisco

    Go to American Jewish World Service's Website

  • Care

    Founded in 1945, this nonprofit humanitarian organization is committed to fighting global poverty in poor communities through sustainable projects. Women are at the heart of CARE's community-based efforts to improve basic education, prevent the spread of disease, and increase access to clean water and sanitation, expand economic opportunity and protect natural resources. CARE also delivers emergency aid to survivors of war and natural disasters, and helps people rebuild their lives.

    - To access CARE programs areas, click here
    - To access projects undertaking in Haiti, click here
    - To search for CARE work in other countries, click here
    - To access listing of other countries, click here
    - To join CARE efforts, click here

    Areas of service: Emergency Relief, Nutrition, Education, Health, Economic Development, Agriculture, and Water

    CARE USA
    Helene D. Gayle, President and CEO
    151 Ellis Street, NE
    Atlanta, GA 30303-2440
    Phone: 404-681-2552 / 800-521-CARE
    Fax: 404-577-5977
    E-mail: Contact Form
    CARE USA
    Mailing Address
    P.O. Box 7039
    Merrifield, VA 22116
    CARE Haiti
    92 rue Grégoire
    B.P. 15546
    Pétionville, Haïti

    Go to Care's Website

  • CHF International

    Non-profit corporation committed to helping low income families in rural America and urban neighborhoods to achieve quality of life through the construction of affordable housing and the implementation of social, environmental and economic programs suitable to their needs. The organization works with communities, government bodies and local organizations to design and implement their programs. Since their inception, they sponsored over 60,000 units of cooperative housing in 35 states across the US.

    - For more rescue efforts in Haiti, click here
    - For information on partnerships / donations, click here
    - For specific details on their programs and their work areas, click here
    - For employment opportunities, click here

    Areas of service: Emergency Response and Recovery, Microfinance, Housing, Economic Development, and Health

    CHF International
    8601 Georgia Avenue, Suite 800
    Silver Spring, MD 20910
    Phone: (301) 587-4700
    Fax: (301) 587-7315
    Email: Visit their contact page

    Go to CHF International's Website

  • Child Hope International

    This charitable, Christian organization is dedicated to rescuing orphaned, abandoned children by providing them with shelter, nurturing environment, education and spiritual learning trough child sponsorship and donations. Founded in 2001 by Bill and Susette Manassero (missionaries), the organization cares for both boys and girls and also runs an orphanage, a guest house and other programs to educate the future leaders for Haiti.

    Orphanage: Maison de Lumiere (the Lighthouse) is a home for homeless, orphaned and at-risk children for both boys and girls. These children receive medical care, education, bible studies and other programs. Click on the specific links for: Their work in Haiti, Their needs, Child sponsorship, Mission trips , and How you can help .

    Guest House: The Maison de Lumiere Guest House is available for missions’ teams, visitors and guests of Maison de Lumiere.

    Areas of service: Education, Orphanage, Summer camps, Medical care, Bible study, Vocational training.

    Targeted area in Haiti: Port-au-Prince, Haiti

    Contact
    Child Hope International
    1225 Coast Village Rd, Ste C
    Santa Barbara, CA 93108
    Phone: (888) 808-9595
    Email: info@childhope.org or visit their Contact page
    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/childhope
    Twitter: @childhopeintl
    Blog: http://www.childhope.org/news/blog/blog.html

    Go to Child Hope International's Website

  • Clinton Foundation

    The Foundation is committed to alleviating poverty, improve global health, strengthen economies and protect the environment throughout the world by partnering with individuals, private companies and governmental and non-governmental organizations to achieve lasting and sustainable results.

    - For specific details on the Clinton Foundation initiatives, click here.
    - For projects’ development in Haiti, click here.
    - For careers opportunities, click here.
    - For their FAQ, click here.
    - To get involved, click here.
    - To explore their work, click here.
    - To review their accomplishments up to date, click here.

    Areas of service: Health, Sanitation, Road Construction, Education, Housing, Hotel Construction, Sustainable Energy, Social Entrepreneurship, and more.

    New York Office

    William J. Clinton Foundation
    55 West 125th Street

    New York, NY 10027
    Email: Visit their contact page
    or use their email form.
    Boston Office
    William J. Clinton Foundation
    383 Dorchester Avenue,
    Suite 400
    Boston, MA 02127
    Chicago Office
    William J. Clinton Foundation
    111 S. Wacker Drive,
    Suite 4000

    Chicago, IL 60606

    Little Rock Office
    William J. Clinton Foundation
    1200 President Clinton Ave.
    Little Rock, AR 72201

    Go to Clinton Foundation's Website.

  • Concern Worldwide

    Founded in 1968, this non-governmental, international, humanitarian organization is committed to reducing the suffering of those living in extreme poverty by working with communities, and by using their experiences and knowledge to address the root causes of extreme poverty. They primarily work in the countries ranked in the bottom 40 of the United Nations Human Development Report.

    - For rescue efforts in Haiti in 2010, click here
    - For information of where they work worldwide, click here
    - For specific information on their programs, click here
    - For information on how to get involved, click here

    Areas of service: Emergency Response, Health, HIV & AIDS, Education, Nutrition, Water and Sanitation

    New York Office
    Concern Worldwide US Inc.
    355 Lexington Avenue, 19th Floor
    New York, NY 10017
    Phone: 212-557-8000 or 800-59-CONCERN
    Fax: 212-557-8004
    Email: Email them or visit their contact page for offices located outside the U.S.
    Chicago Office
    Concern Worldwide US Inc.
    332 South Michigan Avenue, Suite 630
    Chicago, IL 60604
    Phone: 312-431-8400
    Fax: 312-431-8830
    Email: Email them or visit their contact page for offices located outside the U.S.

    Go to Concern Worldwide's Website

  • Diaspora Community Services (DCS)

    This grassroots agency is a not-for-profit organization that empowers families and individuals to achieve self-sufficiency through their direct services in health education, family support, counseling and advocacy. Founded in 1981, DCS has been serving low income and struggling immigrants in the Central Brooklyn for the past 30 years. Many of their clients have a history of substance abuse, mental health diagnosis and are foreign born, primarily from Haiti, Dominican Republic, Latin American Countries, or the Caribbean.

    In August 2001, DCS founded the Centre Medico Social de Port-au-Prince (CMSP), a clinic based in Port-au-Prince with the support of DCS funds, the MAC AIDs Fund, the Bristol Meyers Squibb Foundation and donations from other Health and Medical organizations.

    For in-depth review of their programs, click here. To support DCS’s work, click here.

    Areas of service: Women’s Supportive Services, Maternal Group Home, HIV/AIDS, Case Management, Nutrition, Workshops, Medical Benefits Assistance, Youth Program, English as a Second Language (ESL) instruction, and Haitian Empowerment Programming.

    Targeted areas in U.S.: Central Brooklyn (East New York, Bedford Stuyvesant, Crown Heights, East Flatbush, Flatbush, Brownsville)

    Targeted area in Haiti: Nazon, Port-au-Prince, Haiti

    Diaspora Community Services
    182 4th Ave
    Brooklyn, NY 11217
    Phone: 718-399-0200
    Email: info@diasporacs.org or visit their contact page
    Facebook: Diaspora Community Services
    Twitter: @Diasporacs
    Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri from 9am - 5pm
    International Health Project
    Centre Medico Social Nord Alexis
    76 Rue Nord Alexis
    Avenue Pouplard, Nazon
    Port-au-Prince, Haiti
    Phone in Haiti: 509- 2949-0093 or 509-3748-7582
    Phone in New York: 718-399-0200
    Email: centremedicosocial@gmail.com
    Website: http://centremedicosocialhaiti.org/

    Go to Diaspora Community Services' Website.

  • Direct Relief International

    Based in Santa Barbara, California, this nonprofit medical assistance and disaster relief agency is committed to improving the lives of the poor and those affected by natural / civil disaster, by implementing health care programs needed to change their quality of life. The organization has assisted in the distribution of medical equipment, nutritional supplements and the operation of healthcare facilities to serve communities in more than 70 countries including the United States.

    - For rescue updates in Haiti, click here
    - For their work in other countries, click here
    - For their current efforts in emergency response, click here
    - For Direct Relief work in USA, click here

    Areas of service: Emergency Response, Disaster Relief, Health and more.

    Direct Relief International
    27 S. La Patera Lane
    Santa Barbara, CA 93117
    Phone: (805) 964-4767
    Fax: (805) 681-4838
    Email: Use their contact form or visit their contact page for further requests.
    Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri from 8AM - 5PM

    Go to Direct Relief International's Website

  • Energies Psy Sans Frontières (EPsySF)

    Energy Psychology Without Borders is a non-profit humanitarian association created by mental health professionals who use energy psychology techniques in their practice to heal physical and mental suffering. Their goal is to initiate and deliver care free of charge to people who are suffering.  Following the 2010 Haiti earthquake, EPsySF began training people free-of-charge in Haiti and in countries devastated by natural disasters or war, to benefit populations suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. Click on links for energy psychology, their work in Haiti, and how to become a member.

    Contact:
    EPsySF
    44, rue Masséna
    69006 LYON
    Phone: 04 78 26 29 04

    Website supports both French and English languages
    Go to Energies Psy Sans Frontière's Website

  • Fanm Ayisyen Nan Miyami, Inc. (FANM) / Haitian Women of Miami, Inc.

    Founded in 1991, FANM is a private, nonprofit organization located in Little Haiti, Florida committed to serving the needs of low income women and families, as well as victims of abuse, violence and discrimination through their outreach programs, health education, advocacy and counseling. This advocacy and social service agency wants to empower women in different aspects of their lives to better their quality of life. For their membership application, click here.

    Areas of service: Adult Education & Literacy, Community Economic Development, Health Promotion & Prevention, Youth Development & Leadership, Immigration advocacy, Family Intervention.

    Targeted areas in U.S.: Little Haiti, South Florida

    Contact:
    Fanm Ayisyen Nan Miyami, Inc (FANM)
    Haitian Women of Miami, Inc
    181 N.E. 82nd Street
    Miami, Florida 33138
    Phone: (305) 756-8050
    Fax: (305) 756-8150

    Go to Fanm Ayisyen Nan Miyami, Inc's Website

  • GRODYSH International

    GRODYSH (Group Dynamic Pour La Survie d’Haiti) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide the children of Haiti with quality education from kindergarten to high school, and professional skills (electrical, carpentry, plumbing) so they can meet their family’s needs and contribute to the quality of life in their region. Click the links for volunteerism and to get involved.

    Orphanage: FOHO (Future of Haiti Orphanage) houses 130 kids and 15 staff members. Their goal is to make FOHO the world’s first self-sustaining orphanage by installing a 120-chicken coop with organic gardening and an onsite bakery.

    Areas of service: On-Site school – Institution Humanitarian THETA, Medical clinics, MERCI (micro-credit institution), Grodysh University, Trade school, Plastic recycling, Reforestation, Distribution of food & clothing, Seminars, Rice farm, and Human Rights March.

    Targeted areas in Haiti: Port-au-Prince, Jacmel, Fort Liberté, Les Cayes, Jeremie, Gonaïve, Hinche, and Anse-a-Veau.

    Contact in USA Contact in Haiti
    GRODYSH INT’L, Inc
    411 Cleveland St., #248
    Clearwater, FL 33755
    Phone: (727) 365-3650 / (727) 466-7705
    Email: info@grodysh.org or visit their contact page
    Blog: http://www.grodyshint-foho.blogspot.com/
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/grodysh.pourhaiti
    Twitter: @GrodyshIntl
    YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/GRODYSHINT
    GRODYSH HAITI
    ATTN: Ralph Ovide
    2, Impasse Jean, Route SOS,
    Santo 19, Croix des Bouquets
    Port-au-Prince, Haiti. HT-6310
    Phone: (509) 3736-4242 / (509) 3419-6094 / (509) 2519-5005
    Magic Jack: (727) 330-8970

    Go to GRODYSH International's Website.

  • J/P HRO (Haitian Relief Organization)

    Founded by Sean Penn, this non-profit charitable foundation is dedicated to saving lives and building communities in Haiti through sustainable programs. Their programs include a community center that offers adult literacy classes in Creole, French and English; youth programs, sanitation education classes, a job-training program for adult camp residents; a free primary school named Ecole de L'espoir (School of Beautiful Hope) educating 260 students; a medical program consisting of two primary health care clinics, a women’s clinic, mobile clinics, a 24/7 emergency room, 24/7 maternity care, 24/7 emergency transport, and a 24/7 Cholera Isolation Zone and more.

    - For specific details on their programs, click here.
    - For employment, click here.
    - To get involved, click here.
    - For volunteer information, click here.

    Areas of service: Camp Management, Medical, Emergency Response, Rubble Removal, Education

    Targeted areas: Delmas, Petion-Ville

    J/P Haitian Relief Organization
    10100 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 300
    Los Angeles, CA 90067
    Phone: (310) 651-9901
    Fax: (858) 225-6062
    Email: info@JPHRO.org (General Inquiries) or visit their contact page

    Go to J/P HRO's Website.

  • Meds & Food For Kids (MFK)

    MFK is a non-profit corporation in the United States and a registered non-governmental organization in Haiti whose mission is to save the lives of Haiti's malnourished children and other vulnerable people. Their work consists of developing, producing, and distributing highly nutritious foods, including the gold-standard Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Food (RUTF) right in Haiti. Introduced in Haiti in 2003 by Dr Wolff, founder of MFK, Haitians call the RUTF product “Medika Mamba” or “Peanut Butter Medicine” in Creole. Their factory based in Haiti provides job opportunities for many locals.

    - For their specific plan to tackle the problem of malnutrition in Haiti, click here
    - For their upcoming new factory in 2015, click here
    - For further information on “Medika Mamba” evolution in Haiti, click here

    Areas of service: Nutrition, Agriculture, Economic Development

    Meds & Food for Kids
    4488 Forest Park, Ste. 230
    St. Louis, MO 63108
    Phone: (314) 420-1634
    Email: info@mfkhaiti.org or visit their contact page
    MFK Factory
    5 Impasse de la Rivière
    Mombin Lataille, Cap-Haïtien
    Phone: (509) 2813 - 9004

    Go to Meds & Food For Kids' Website

  • Mercy Corps

    Humanitarian agency committed to helping people build secure and productive communities by alleviating suffering, poverty and oppression. They focus on areas of failure, conflict zones and natural disaster and at risk communities. In Haiti, Mercy Corps works with affected communities in Port-au-Prince, as well as in Haiti's rural Central Plateau and Lower Artibonite Valley, helping restore earthquake-stricken local economies in Haiti through a mobile banking solution that uses mobile phones.

    - For rescue efforts in Haiti, click here
    - For their specific program areas and where they work, click here
    - For employment, click here
    - For their office locations in other countries, click here
    - For information on how to help, click here
    - For international work areas, click here

    Areas of service: Emergency Response, Disaster Relief, Microfinance, Health, Economic Development, Environmental, Youth Development, Women’s issues and more.

    Mercy Corps
    P.O. Box 2669, Dept W
    Portland, OR 97208-2669
    Email: Visit their contact page
    Global Headquarters
    45 SW Ankeny St.
    Portland, OR 97204
    Phone: (800) 292-3355 or (503) 896-5000

    Go to Mercy Corps' Website

  • MINUSTAH (Mission des Nations Unies pour la Stabilisation en Haiti)

    MINUSTAH was created by the Security Council of Haiti to promote inclusive political dialogue and national reconciliation; provide logistical support and security in the forthcoming elections; strengthen the authority of Parliament’s legislative and executive ruling of the ministries; support local authorities in the establishment of any state structures; maintain public safety; and protect human rights.

    Click on the specific links for Employment; OCHA Newsletter; News from different regions of Haiti.

    Contact
    MINUSTAH
    Log Base, Boulevard Toussaint Louverture et Clercine 18
    Port-au-Prince, Haiti

    Phone : (509) 2229-6700
    Email: Visit their contact page
    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Minustah
    Twitter: @minustahmedia
    YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/user/MinustahTV
    Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/minustah/sets/

    Contact for disciplinary action
    O/SRSG, MINUSTAH HQ, Log Base MINUSTAH
    P.O. Box 730
    Port au Prince, Haiti
    Phone: (509) 2229-6700 (poste 2275)
    Email: MINUSTAH-CDU@un.org
    Contact for employment
    Phone : (509) 2244-2050

    Email : minustah-recruitment@un.org

    Website supports French and English languages.
    Go to MINUSTAH's Website

  • Pan American Development Foundation (PADF)

    Founded in 1962, this non-profit, governmental organization is based in Washington, DC. Their mission is to respond to natural disasters and protect the environment in Latin America and the Caribbean while empowering those communities to become sustainable economically and socially.

    - For their rescue efforts in Haiti, click here
    - For specific work areas in Haiti, click here
    - For contact information in Haiti, click here
    - For employment opportunities, click here
    - For access to the Pan American Relief information, click here

    Areas of service: Disaster preparedness, Emergency Response, Human Rights, Infrastructure, Economic Development, Community Development

    Washington, D.C. Headquarters
    Pan American Development Foundation
    1889 F Street, N.W.
    OAS Building - Second Floor
    Washington, D.C. 20006
    Phone: (202) 458-3969
    Fax: (202) 458-6316
    Email: padf-dc@padf.org, info@padf.org
    or visit their contact page
    Office Address in Haiti
    JBE Plaza, Blvd. du 15
    Octobre, Belvil 7
    Route de Tabarre
    Port-au-Prince, Haiti
    Phone: (509) 2813-1425/ (509) 2813- 1428
    Phone (VOIP): (202) 470-4035
    Email: Visit their Haiti contact page for further information

    Go to Pan American Development Foundation's Website

  • Relief International

    Non-profit humanitarian agency providing emergency relief, rehabilitation, development assistance, and program services to vulnerable communities worldwide. Their rescue efforts in Haiti include basic primary health and water, sanitation and hygiene programs, transitional shelter, rubble removal and training in disaster risk reduction.

    - For their specific work in Haiti, click here
    - For their office locations, click here
    - For employment opportunities, click here
    - For internship and volunteer opportunities, click here
    - For information on their RED (Rapid Emergency Deployment) Team, click here
    - For upcoming events, click here

    Areas of service: Emergency Response, Education, Health, Sanitation, Shelter, Human Rights, Food & Agriculture , and Microfinance

    Relief International
    5455 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 1280
    Los Angeles, CA 90036
    Phone: (323) 932-7888 / (310) 478-1200 / (800) 573-3332
    Fax: (323) 932-7878
    Email: info@ri.org or visit their contact page

    Go to Relief International's Website

  • The World Bank - International Development Association (IDA)

    Founded in 1960, IDA is an agency of the World Bank that helps the world’s poorest countries and it is the single largest source of donor funds for basic social services in the poorest countries. Their mission is to reduce poverty by providing interest-free credits and grants for programs that boost economic growth, reduce inequalities and improve people’s living conditions. IDA credits are made under concessional terms where repayments are stretched over 25 to 40 years, including a 5 to 10-year grace period. The World Bank is seen as a cooperative, where its 187 member countries are shareholders which are represented by a Board of Governors, who are the ultimate policy makers at the World Bank.

    IDA finances projects focused on primary education, basic health services, clean water and sanitation, environmental safeguards, business climate improvements, infrastructure and institutional reforms.

    Click on specific links for IDA work in other countries, IDA work in Haiti, World Bank in Haiti, World Bank in other countries, World Bank’s projects profile and World Bank data research. To get involved, click here.

    Contact: Contact for Anti-Corruption Hotline:
    The World Bank – Headquarters
    1818 H Street, NW
    Washington, DC 20433
    Phone: (202) 473-1000
    Fax: (202) 477-6391
    Email: Visit their contact page
    Phone: (800) 831-0463
    Fax: (202) 522-7140
    Email: investigations_hotline@worldbank.org or visit their contact page

    Website supports French, English and Spanish languages
    Go to The World Bank - International Development Association's Website.

  • UNICEF

    A global humanitarian relief organization working in over 150 countries to provide children with health care and immunizations, clean water, nutrition and food security, education, emergency relief and more. UNICEF's work and history can be seen by the public through a dynamic exhibit at the Danny Kaye Visitors Centre at UNICEF House in New York City. UNICEF works collaboratively with governments, NGO’s and international organizations to bring awareness and positive changes to the vulnerable communities.

    - For UNICEF’s program areas, click here
    - For rescue efforts in Haiti, click here
    - For updates on how to help the children of Haiti, click here
    - For their campaign projects, click here
    - For their regional offices, click here
    - For employment opportunities, click here
    - For news information on their current efforts in emergency relief, click here
    - For volunteering, click here

    Areas of service: Emergency Response, Education, Health & Immunization, HIV/AIDS, Nutrition, Water & Sanitation, and Advocacy

    UNICEF
    125 Maiden Lane
    New York, NY 10038
    Phone: 1-800-FOR-KIDS (1-800-367-5437)
    Email: Contact page
    Contact for UNICEF House
    (The Danny Kaye Visitors Centre)
    3 UN Plaza on 44th Street
    Between 1st and 2nd Avenues
    New York, NY 10017
    Hours of operation: Mon - Fri from 10AM - 5PM

    Go to UNICEF's Website

  • USAID - Haiti

    The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is an independent agency that provides economic, development and humanitarian assistance around the world in support of the foreign policy goals of the United States.

    Click on specific links for information about Action Plan for National Recovery and Development of Haiti; Work in Haiti; Business Partnerships; Employment; Government of Haiti Action Plan; and Events.

    For USAID in Washington, click here.

    Contact
    USAID-Haiti USAID-Washington USAID Library
    American Embassy
    Boulevard 15 Octobre

    Tabarre 41

    Tabarre, Haiti 

    Phone: (509) 2229-8000
    Fax: (509) 2229-8066
    Email: infoHaiti@usaid.gov  or visit their contact page
    Information Center
    Ronald Reagan Building
    1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
    Washington, D.C. 20523.
    Phone: (202) 712-4810 / (202) 712-0000
    Email: Visit their contact page
    Ronald Reagan Building
    Mezzanine Level
    Phone: (202) 712-0579 (USAID Library Reference Desk)

    Email: ksc@usaid.gov

    Go to USAID - Haiti's Website

  • What If? Foundation

    Founded in 2000, the Foundation works in partnership with members of the Ti Plas Kazo community of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, to provide food, educational opportunities and after-school programs to impoverished children. Click on links for their photo gallery, upcoming events, programs and how to get involved.

    According to the Foundation their programs have provided over 5,000 meals each week, more than 200 school scholarships each year, an after-school program for 240 youth and a summer camp for 550 children.

    Areas of service: Food & After-school programs, School Scholarships, Summer Camp, Children’s Garden project.

    Contact
    What If? Foundation
    1563 Solano Ave., #192
    Berkeley, CA 94707
    Phone:  (510) 528-1100
    Email: info@whatiffoundation.org or visit their contact page
    Blog: http://whatiffoundation.org/info/blog/

    Go to What If? Foundation's Website

  • World Concern

    A Christian- based humanitarian organization that serves the poor by transforming their lives in leading them on a path of self-sustainability. Their goal is to relieve people from poverty through their work in Haiti and other countries. Most of their staff is raised near the country they work in, which make them experts in community development and leading families and communities out of poverty.

    - For rescue updates in Haiti, click here
    - For information on their program areas, click here
    - For employment opportunities, click here
    - For information on how to get involved, click here
    - For information of their work in other countries including Haiti, click here

    Areas of service: Humanitarian Aid, Disaster Response, Microfinance, Education, Health, Advocacy, Water, HIV/AIDS and Nutrition

    World Concern Headquarters
    19303 Fremont Avenue North
    Seattle, Washington 98133
    Phone: (800) 755- 5022 (toll-free) / (206) 546-7201 (local)
    Fax: (206) 546- 7269
    Email: info@worldconcern.org or visit their contact page

    Go to World Concern's Website

  • World Food Programme (WFP)

    World Food Programme is the food aid arm of the United Nations System. The agency obtains most of its funding from voluntary contributions. Their programs are tailored to help prevent hunger by providing school meals, creating jobs in the communities, connecting farmers to markets and offering cash transfers and more.

    - For rescue efforts in Haiti, click here
    - For their work areas in other countries, click here
    - For careers opportunities, click here
    - For information on how to help, click here
    - For further information on their emergency preparedness, click here
    - For specific details about their work, click here

    Areas of service: Disaster Response, Emergency Response / Preparedness, Nutrition, Food Security, HIV/AIDS

    Mailing Address
    Via C.G.Viola 68
    Parco dei Medici
    00148 - Rome - Italy
    Phone: +39-06-65131
    Fax: +39-06-6590632
    Email: Visit their contact page
    Contact for WFP Hotline
    (To anonymously report incidents of fraud, waste, abuse mismanagement concerning WFP and its contractor operations)
    Phone: +39.06.6513 3663
    Confidential Fax: +39.06.6513.2063
    Email: hotline@wfp.org


    Contact in Haiti
    Port-au-Prince
    Programme Alimentaire Mondial
    c/o MINUSTAH Logistics
    Base Route de l'aeroport
    Port au Prince, Haiti
    Phone: PF BASE IRIDIUM: +881641438486
    Email: Visit their contact page in Haiti
    Gonaives
    Mobile Phone: (509) 3701-2378
    Phone Iridium: +881 641 457 749
    Jacmel
    Phone: Food Sat (509) 1349 - 4223

    Go to World Food Programme's Website

  • World Vision

    This nonprofit organization is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. World Vision is an international partnership of Christians committed to follow Lord’s path.

    - For information about their specific work, click here
    - For career opportunities, click here
    - For internships, click here
    - For information on how to get involved, click here
    - To sponsor a child, click here
    - For sponsorship opportunities in other countries, click here
    - For ongoing response in Haiti, click here

    Areas of service: Disaster Response, Advocacy, Education, Health, Economic Development and Sanitation, Nutrition and more.

    World Vision
    P.O. Box 9716
    Federal Way, WA 98063-9716
    Phone: 888-511-6443
    Email: info@worldvision.org or visit their contact page

    Go to World Vision's Website

  • World Water Relief

    Non-profit organization launched in 2008, to improve the health and well-being of people worldwide by providing sustainable water purification solutions in communities of developing nations. Their work in Haiti combines installation of water purification systems with extensive education on hygiene basics and tools to measure and track the impact of their solutions. In 2009, they completed a clean water project in the rural town of Mirebalais.

    - For information on their work in Haiti and the Dominican Republic, click here
    - For World Water Relief – Haiti Blog, click here
    - For media inquiries, click here

    Areas of service: Disaster Relief, Sanitation, Water Purification. Education and more

    World Water Relief
    8343 Roswell Road, Suite 455
    Atlanta, GA 30350-2810
    Phone: 404- 242-1601
    Fax: 770-993-9770
    Email: info@WorldWaterRelief.org or visit their contact page

    Go to World Water Relief's Website

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