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  • Arcotec Haiti, S.A.

    Founded in 1996, this company is a major Haitian construction firm that executes building and construction related projects for businesses, organizations, government agencies, other builders and residential customers. Their website is currently under development.

    Areas of service: Pre-construction, Construction Planning, Site prep / earthworks, Building Renovations, Demolition, Logistics & Transportation.

    Arcotec Haiti S.A.
    46 Rue Narcisse
    Ville de Petion-Ville, Haiti

    Go to Arcotec Haiti, S.A.'s Website.

  • Build Change

    Build Change designs earthquake-resistant houses for developing countries and trains builders, homeowners, engineers, and government officials to build them. Their goal is to reinforce building codes and safe construction practices.

    Areas of service: Construction, Design, Training

    For construction efforts in Haiti, click here. For information about their work, click here. For employment, click here. For their locations in other countries, click here. For information on construction practices building earthquake-resistant houses in Haiti, click here. For information on earthquake-resistant houses in Indonesia and China, click here.

    Contact in Haiti
    Rue Casseus no. 16, Pacot
    Port-au-Prince, Haiti
    Build Change
    Mailing Address
    (from within Haiti)

    c/o Mail n More
    B. #438

    4, Rue Pinchinat
    Petion-Ville, Haiti
    Build Change
    Mailing Address
    (from outside Haiti):

    c/o Mail n More
    B. #438

    10900 NW 21 St., Unit 130
    Miami, FL 33172
    Phone: (509) 2813-1497
    USA Headquarters
    1416 Larimer St. Suite 301
    Denver, CO 80202
    Phone: (303) 953- 2563
    Fax: (303) 993-2053
    Email: Visit their contact page for their locations in China and Indonesia

    Go to Build Change's Website.

  • Commission Interimaire Pour La Reconstruction D’Haiti (CIRH)

    CIRH also known as the Interim Haiti Recovery Commission (IHRC) in English is a body that oversees and conducts strategic planning of implementation of projects/ programs that are proposed by Haitian governmental ministries, donors, NGO’s, businesses and other agencies. They continuously assess the development plans for the recovery projects in Haiti while reviewing the specific needs, the loopholes and investments for each project.

    - For their FAQ, click here.
    - For projects’ submission, click here.
    - For listing of projects, click here.
    - For overview on their recovery plan, click here.
    - For employment, click here.

    5, boulevard Harry-Truman

    Port-au-Prince, Haïti
    Phone in Haiti: (509) 2519 -3131
    Email: or visit their contact page
    Twitter: @ihrcnews
    Youtube: Haitirecovery
    Press inquiries:
    Pierre Manigat Junior
    Phone: (509) 3711-1767

    Go to Interim Haiti Recovery Commission (IHRC)'s Website.

  • Digicel Foundation

    Non-profit organization founded in 2006 dedicated to building communities in Haiti through the support of community-based activities on health and education. They financed projects all across the country for schools, orphanages and housing. They also work with Partners in Health / Zanmi Lasante to improve access to and the quality of education in the Central Plateau.

    For their projects, click here. To fund a community-based project, click here.

    Fondation Digicel Haïti
    #151 Angle Ave Jean Paul II & Impasse Duverger
    Port-au-Prince, Haiti
    P.O. Box 15516
    Phone: (509) 3777-7027


    Website supports French and English languages.
    Go to Digicel Foundation's Website

  • Engineers Without Borders USA (EWB USA)

    Incorporated in 2002, this organization’s mission is to support community-driven development programs worldwide by collaborating with local partners to design and implement sustainable engineering projects, while creating positive changes and responsible leaders. EWB-USA has over 250 chapters and their membership consists of professionals and students from a variety of professions including engineering, public health, anthropology and business.

    Areas of service: Construction, Design, Education

    For information on their projects, click here. For listing of projects in Haiti, click here. For membership and chapter locations, click here. For their events, click here. To get involved, click here.

    Engineers Without Borders USA
4665 Nautilus Court, Suite 300
Boulder, Colorado 80301
Phone: 303-772-2723 (general) and 703-295-6354 (membership only)
    Fax: 303-772-2699
    Email: or visit their contact page
    Hours of operation: Monday –Thursday (9am – 4pm) and Friday (9am - 12pm)

    Go to Engineers Without Borders' Website.

  • Fonds de Reconstruction d’Haiti (FRH) or Haiti Reconstruction Fund (HRF)

    FRH or HRF is a partnership between the international community and the Haitian Government to help finance post-earthquake reconstruction.  FRH mobilizes, coordinates and allocates contributions from donors to finance high-priority projects, programs and budget support.  They partner with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the United Nations (UN) or the World Bank (WB) to ensure that international standards for quality, good governance and financial management are met.  All proposals for FRH or HRF financing must be endorsed by the Office of the Prime Minister as consistent with the Action Plan for the Recovery and Development of Haiti.

    FRH or HRF is known to be the largest source of un-earmarked financing, having received about 18 percent of total funds disbursed for Haiti as of December 2011.  The Fund does not set reconstruction priorities or directly advise the Government but works through implementing agencies that are acceptable to one of their partners.

    For the Fund’s profile, click here. For FAQ, click here. For listing of documents for reconstruction process in Haiti, click here. For website in French, click here.

    Contact: Send an email

    Website supports French and English languages.
    Go to Haiti Reconstruction Fund (HRF)'s Website

  • GF Construction S.A.

    Located in Haiti, this company provides construction services for either a residential, commercial or industrial project. Their services can be tailored to a person’s specific needs, from conceiving and designing a project to simply executing construction from existing plans. They also offer options for a pre-engineered building and assist the individual’s architect through the civil engineering work and erection process.

    Areas of service: Design & Construction, Water Proofing, Architecture, Engineering, Contractors

    For specific details on their services, click here.

    GF Construction S.A.
    #14 Rue St Cyr
    Port-au-Prince. Haiti
    Phone in Haiti: 509-2223-4849 / 2223-4815 / 2222-1918
    Phone in USA: 305-938-0569
    Fax: 509- 2222-7652
    Email: or visit their contact page
    Website supports both English and French languages.

    Go to GF Construction S.A.'s Website.

  • Habitat for Humanity

    Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit, ecumenical Christian ministry founded in 1976 to provide adequate and affordable housing and shelter to people who are vulnerable to or affected by disasters or conflicts.

    Areas of service: Disaster Response, Emergency Shelter, Housing, Disaster preparedness & recovery through education, training and partnerships.

    Targeted areas in Haiti: Léogâne. Simon-Pelé of Port-au-Prince

    For rescue efforts in Haiti, click here. For information about their work in other countries, click here. For details on their construction technologies, click here. For employment, click here. To get involved, click here. For their events schedule, click here.

    Contact for Haiti
    Habitat for Humanity Haiti
    Angle Rue Clerveaux et Louverture (#106)
    & Angle Rue Clerveaux et Faubert (#111)
    BP 15865, Petion-Ville, Port-au-Prince, Haiti
    or Visit their contact page
    Operational Headquarters

    Habitat for Humanity International
    121 Habitat Street

    Americus, GA 31709-3498
    Phone: 800-422-4828
    Email: Visit their contact page
    Administrative Headquarters
    Habitat for Humanity International
    270 Peachtree Street NW
    Suite 1300
    Atlanta, GA 30303
    Phone: 800-422-4828

    International Affiliates
    Email: (For Latin America & Caribbean) or visit their contact page

    Go to Habitat for Humanity's Website

  • Haiti Engineering

    Founded on January 22nd 2010, this non-profit organization provides immediate humanitarian assistance through their engineering services and collaborates with Haitian engineers to build, restore and sustain Haiti’s vital infrastructure. The organization which is an Architectural and Engineering Design Group provided professional pre-disaster planning and post disaster recovery engineering assistance to the 2010 earthquake victims of Haiti.

    Focus Areas: Architecture, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Systems Engineering, Telecom Engineering, Water Resources Engineering, Urban Planning and Geographical Information Systems.

    Click on the specific links for Projects, Careers and Volunteerism, Strategic Plan Report and Blog and Radios for Haiti Project.

    Contact in California: Contact in Florida:  General Contact:

    Herby G. Lissade, P.E.
    Phone: (916) 296-8586

    Fallieres J. Abdallah, Eng. Sys
    Phone: Phone: (561) 985-3899

    Haiti Engineering
    Email: or visit their contact page

    Go to Haiti Engineering's Website

  • Haiti Reconstruction Fund (HRF)

    A fund established by the Inter-American Development (IDB), the United Nations (UN) and the World Bank with other donors at the request of the Haitian Government as a result of the 2010 earthquake. HRF is seen as a new partnership between the international community and the Government of Haiti to help finance recovery, reconstruction and development projects in Haiti.

    - For a listing of documents related to the reconstruction process, click here.
    - For information on pledges / contributions to HRF, click here.
    - For grant approval protocol, click here.
    - For HRF communications strategy document, click here.
    - For their FAQ, click here.

    Email: Visit their contact page

    Go to Haiti Reconstruction Fund's Website.

  • Harbor Homes LLC

    Company provides disaster relief efforts, supplies distribution, remote industrial camps, containerized and panelized housing and village solutions, and mobile wastewater treatment plants and more. Their products and services are offered through four major brands to solve the housing crisis internationally:

    A.PermaShelter, Haitian-based factory located inside of Terminal Abraham in Carrefour, Ouest of Haiti that provides temporary and transitional housing solutions to government, nongovernmental and other relief organizations worldwide. They handle manufacturing, and international shipping.
    B.Intrepid Structures supplies government and industry with rugged, rapidly deployable, flexible structures to build different types of facilities (office buildings, restrooms and more) and complete man camp systems. They offer lease and purchase options.
    C.Outlast Emergency Products, supplies non-food items and other emergency products ranging from tarpaulins, shovels, and plywood to the tools, and personal care items that are required in the aftermath of natural disasters.
    D. Harbor Houseboats

    Areas of service: Disaster Relief, Construction, Temporary & Transitional Shelter, Manufacturing & Shipping, Supplies Distribution

    Targeted areas: Haiti (La Gonave, Gressier, Carrefour & other areas of Port-au-Prince, Leogane, Jacmel) Chile, Africa, Gulf of Mexico and more.

    For information about “how to survive a storm shelters”, click here. For their FAQs, click here. For international employment, click here.

    Harbor Homes LLC
    1207 Sunset Drive
    Thomasville, GA 31792
    Phone: (888) 360-1492
    Fax: (229) 226-2285
    Email: or visit their contact page
    Email: (for employment)

    Go to Harbor Homes' Website

  • Hexayurt Country

    Info-page Coming Soon...
    In the meanwhile, please go directly to their website for information

    Go to Hexayurt Country's Website

  • Pan American Development Foundation (PADF)

    Info-page Coming Soon...
    In the meanwhile, please go directly to their website for information

    Go to Pan American Development Foundation's Website

  • Société Générale De Distribution S.A. (SOGED)

    SOGED is a Haitian company engaged since 1982 in the distribution of heavy equipment, transportation, electrical equipment, garbage pickup and salvage parts. They also provide generators, equipment for public work, and mining equipment and other services to local firms and public service organizations, and construction projects in Haiti. SOGED contributes financial support to several medical centers and Espoir Anaise Foundation in the fight against cancer and HIV/AIDS, and to schools of music and dance.

    Their other 2 brands, SOGEPAT, distributes spare parts for the maintenance of equipment sold by SOGED and Hydraulic Haiti, specializes in the manufacture of hydraulic bowels for all brands of equipment and vehicles.

    For overview on their services, click here. For their current projects in different sectors, click here.

    Société Générale De Distribution S.A.
    30, Boulevard Toussaint Louverture
    Port-au-Prince, Haïti
    Phone: (509) 2945-8000 / 2250-1550 / 2250-1556
    Fax: (509) 2250-1640 / 2250-1647
    Email: Directeur des Ventes,
    Email: Assistant Directeur des Ventes,
    Contact for SOGEPAT:
    Phone: (509)3947-8000 / (509)3706-0000

    Website supports French language.
    Go to Société Générale De Distribution S.A.'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: or visit their contact page

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

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