COVID-19 in Haiti: Keeping hands clean and families fed

One Hundred for Haiti has teamed with our friends at Haitihelpers to set up hand washing stations in twenty-eight rural villages to fight Coronavirus in the area we serve in Haiti. Every hand station will be monitored by a single person who is responsible for turning the water tap on and off, both to conserve water so that water doesn’t flow continually during hand washing, and also so that this person only – with methodically washed hands – is the one who touches the spigot.

In addition, One Hundred For Haiti is providing beans, rice, and cooking oil directly to the 71 poorest families in the region. We are providing enough food for those families to eat for about a week.

We want this to be an ongoing project and we need your help. A donation of $20 per month feeds an entire family for close to a week (depending on family size).  Consider being a monthly donor and you will make a direct impact for people in need.

Brenda from Haitihelpers said, “It just breaks my heart that these people are having to stay in their homes to keep from spreading this virus and do not have access to food.” 

Thanks to your help we are making a difference.