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GTPE anti-violence trainings begin in the south of Haiti

We have arrived at the beginning. When One Hundred For Haiti started in the spring of 2010, we had the goal of affecting the lives of as many people as we could, through what at first were relief efforts, and then development projects, and then much later, major initiatives. It took five and a half […]

On the 5th Anniversary of the earthquake

One Hundred For Haiti: 2014/2015 What we’ve done and what we will do, thanks to your support! Accomplishments since we last spoke… In the last two years One Hundred For Haiti experienced a profound shift from relief work to development work. The change is significant: rather than only give supplies (which is how we started), […]

Over 15,000 lives saved through clean water

Phase 1 of our Rural Water Project with our partners Peacework Medical is complete. Phase 2 will be starting soon with a coordinated fundraising campaign! We just received photos from Ranquitte Haiti, including this one of a little girl collecting CLEAN water from one of the cisterns that YOUR donations funded. She, along with thousands […]

Keeping former child slaves safe: mission accomplished

One Hundred For Haiti has been supporting the work being done by our friend and partner Morgan Weinberg at ‘Little Footprints, Big Steps’ in Les Cayes Haiti for the last few years, and this newest piece of news is an addition to that relationship which was possible entirely thanks to your support. In January 2014, […]

Phase One of the Rural Water Project: FUNDED!

Phase one of our Rural Water Project was funded today for the rural area of Ranquitte. We – meaning YOU – paid for Haitian workers in extremely rural areas to build ten water treatment tanks. These tanks will protect the water supply, currently coming directly from the ground from natural springs, from infecting people with […]

First water tank built in the village of Haute Pont!

Our Rural Water Project campaign to save 15,000 lives from cholera is underway and already making an impact. This photo, just in from the tiny rural village of Haute Pont shows the first completed water tank. This tank catches water from a local natural spring, and once filled to the top is treated to kill […]