Health Care and Education for Disaster Survivors

May 11, 2012

Help us Respond in 2012

It’s been almost five months since we left Haiti and completed the fantastic health education programme you made possible. The lessons learned by children and care givers are being put to work daily in Port au Prince, helping orphans stay healthy and grow into tomorrow’s leaders.

Since leaving Haiti we’ve been busy working with staff funded by the Vodfaone Foundation to attract new supporters, raise funds, and build our capacity to respond wherever and whenever we’re needed in 2012.

When disaster strikes, as it inevitably will, we’ll be there, ready to provide health care and education. We hope you’ll be there too, standing with us and helping provide the funds we need to support survivors worldwide.

We’ll keep you updated on our plans to respond to disasters as they occur in 2012. We hope that if you can’t make a donation now to help us prepare for future needs, you’ll be willing to spread the word or give what you can when disaster strikes.

Thanks so much for all your made possible in Haiti, and we look forward to working with in future disaster zones worldwide.



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Project Leader

Emma Taylor

Southport, Connecticut United States

Where is this project located?

Map of Health Care and Education for Disaster Survivors