1 project by World Neighbors

World Neighbors’ work in Haiti dates back to 1966. The earthquake impacted rural communities in all of our 11 program areas, all located north of Port-au-Prince.
Though World Neighbors’ program focus is on long-term rural development, due to the massive surge of people migrating into the rural program areas, there has been a significant need to address the short-term effects of this crisis as it has indirectly impacted on the more than 320 rural communities where we work. These immediate needs have included ensuring adequate supplies of food, clean water, shelter, sanitation and health services.
Contributions to the World Neighbors Haiti Fund are designated in support of both short-term needs and the longer-term development programs benefiting more than 320 rural villages.

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