3 projects by World Concern

For 30 years, World Concern has worked to alleviate poverty and suffering among the poor in Haiti by improving livelihood opportunities and the ability of caregivers to support their children. In rural areas, WC programs support education, agriculture, the environment and children made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS. A long-term microcredit program (AC-LAM) provides loans to small entrepreneurs. WC also assists in disaster management. Our response to the earthquake started with emergency distributions of essential supplies. Our recovery work in Port-au-Prince includes temporary shelter, cash-for-work (CFW), livelihood grants, microcredit loan forgiveness and support to damaged churches. Elsewhere, we support host family farmers and internally displaced persons through CFW and agricultural support.

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