Haitian earthquake relief effort


Haitian earthquake relief effort

This page has been created as an informational page to allow everyone to share general comments, relevant information, to help find family members in Haiti, and guide everyone in donating only to legitimate relief organizations.

Location: Haiti
Members: 15
Latest Activity: Sep 4, 2013

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Haiti Sings!

Started by Valerie Schenkman. Last reply by Valerie Schenkman Jun 25, 2010. 2 Replies

The PeaceTones Initiative is putting on a music contest that features the voices of undiscovered musicians in Port au Prince and its surrounding areas, including the IDP camps. We hope to unite…Continue

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Comment by shyam tosawad on December 31, 2010 at 7:04am
Dear friends
I would like to wish you and your family the very best this Merry Christmas and New Year 2011! 
I hope that New Year will bring peace, health, happiness to you and your family and throughout the world.
Comment by Erle Frayne Argonza on August 26, 2010 at 5:26am
Hi Friends! Sorry for the late late response to the Haitian call. Rest assured I am in spirit with all those who did mobilize for Haiti, and my own country did send relief and a team of health professionals there. May the healing and recovery take place in Haiti the fastest.
Comment by William A. Montoya on July 29, 2010 at 8:27pm

I am sharing a project called Trash for Development, Empowering Women to be implemented in Haiti to empower single mothers in Port Au Prince.

This project is lead by students from Luther College and we want YOU to join us. We need 10k to implement this project, but we're only $700 away from it. If you want to help or want to know more about this initiative email montwi01@luther.edu

In Peace,
Comment by Sie.Kathieravealu on July 14, 2010 at 3:24pm
Many persons are involved in helping Haiti victims which is highly commendable. But it seems some are using the situation for enriching themselves

It is said that the MNC "MOSANTO" is helping the victims by giving seeds to revive agriculture in Haiti through USAID. MOSANTO is actively involved in propagating genetically modified (GM) seeds. These seeds makes the producer to be depend on the supplier throughout his lifetime for th seeds, fertilizer and agrochemicals needed for the cultivation of the crops. It is said that in the long-run these GM seeds is a cause for the bad health of living beings as well as the soil on which it is used.

So it is hoped that this Forum will take into consideration the above and voice its concern on this matter
Comment by Yadab Bastola on June 11, 2010 at 6:43am
my pleasure Mirlande , hope you are doing well for Haitian. with you all the best for your great efforts
Comment by Mirlande Butler on June 10, 2010 at 7:17pm
Thank you Yadab for creating this group. To Jacqueline and others working in Haiti, feel free to submit an article for the Eritaj Chronicle-
Comment by Jacqueline Muna Musiitwa on January 19, 2010 at 3:50am
For the earthquake relief in Haiti, we decided to start an initiative to get lawyers more involved. Prese Prese! is encouraging lawyers to donate money as well as pro bono or low cost legal services to Haitians that need assistance to adjust their immigration status (Temporary Protected Status applications and applications for employment authorization) and other related legal matters. Please check out: http://preseprese.org (Prese Prese! is also on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook) and spread the word. We have spread the word to several Haitian community based organizations and need to spread the word to more that legal assistance is available.
Comment by Yadab Bastola on January 17, 2010 at 10:24am
Resources :- http://clintonbushhaitifund.org

Survivor Information: U.S. Department of State Resources
To ask for or provide information about U.S. citizens in Haiti: email the task force at
or, From the U.S. or Canada, call 888-407-4747. Outside the U.S. and Canada, call 202-501-4444.

For U.S. citizens in Haiti seeking assistance or reporting their status/whereabouts: call the Embassy’s Consular Task Force at 509-2229-8942, 509-2229-8089, 509-2229-8322, or 509-2229-8672. You can also email the Embassy at ACSPaP@state.gov.

For all nationalities and locations: use the Person Finder tool available at http://www.state.gov/haitiquake to find and share information about missing persons in Haiti.

U.S. citizens with pending adoption cases in Haiti: Contact the Department of State at AskCI@state.gov for information about their adoption case.

Other Ways to Help
USAID, which is leading the U.S. response to the Haiti disaster, is asking that all those offering assistance other than donation (volunteers, goods, services) to submit their offers to the Center for International Disaster Information at http://dex.cidi.org/.

Most agencies responding to disasters can make most use of cash donations. For a list of agencies responding to the earthquake in Haiti and to learn more about how you can help their efforts, please visit:

UN Flash Appeal (via Relief Web): downloadable lists of needs on the ground and of NGOs and projects that need support, vetted by UN
Interaction : Information about NGOs delivering earthquake relief support in Haiti
Information About the Earthquake and Relief Efforts
Relief Web: A repository of public briefings on Haiti
Center for International Disaster Information: Situation reports and other information
Comment by Yadab Bastola on January 16, 2010 at 11:18am
How you can help:
In addition to providing emergency relief, these organizations are providing the following aid to those in need: These are the many organization you can donate for Haiti :- http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/2007/impact/?hpt=T2
Comment by Yadab Bastola on January 16, 2010 at 11:06am

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