We believe that organizations that are deeply rooted in local communities are in the best position to provide long-term support for survivors of natural disasters like these. By funding the relief efforts of local organizations, donations to this fund have the potential to build stronger response capacity so that these organizations are better equipped to face future challenges.
The projects listed below are led by vetted GlobalGiving partners responding to this disaster. You can donate directly to a specific project or to GlobalGiving’s Haiti Earthquake Relief Fund 2021 and we'll allocate it to where it's needed most. GlobalGiving will post reports about how your donation has been put to use.
July 14th, a 7.2 magnitude earthquake in Haiti ended the lives of nearly 1,300 people with hundreds more still missing. More than 14,000 homes were destroyed and nearly as many severely damaged from the quake in the provinces of Cayes, Jeremie and Nippe in Haiti's southwest, leaving some 30,000 families homeless. Peace Winds is on the ground leveraging 12 of our disaster resilient community centers in the SUD as a a launching point for providing basic necessities to those most impacted.
Over 11 years since a magnitude 7.0 earthquake decimated Port-Au-Prince, another 7.2 magnitude earthquake has hit just 72 miles south of the country's capital. At a time when Haiti is facing crises at all fronts - a wave of COVID-19 with lack of access to vaccines, political turmoil, heightened food insecurity, and hurricane season just beginning - this could not come at a worse time. PIH has been a trusted figure in the community from 1986 through today and moving forward.
Health Equity International/St. Boniface Hospital (HEI/SBH) is leading disaster relief efforts in the aftermath of the 7.2 magnitude earthquake that devastated southern Haiti in August 2021. We are urgently evacuating survivors, transporting them to SBH, and providing them with life-saving surgical and emergency services. Your support will ensure we have the resources we need to provide 24/7 urgent care and manage the relief effort throughout the region.
On August 14, 2021, two deadly earthquakes hit Haiti. Hundreds are dead, thousands hurt and homeless. ESPWA and the Haiti Community Foundation are fighting FOR communities WITH communities. Our goal: to meet emergency needs in the 13 Grand'Anse communes: Water supplies, medical supplies, food, temporary housing/tents. Our priorities: remote villages that don't get aid and more vulnerable populations: pregnant women, children, elderly, disabled. Hoping to serve 15,000 to 20,000 people.
August 14th, 2021. Haiti is devastated: an earthquake, once again. More than 2,500 people killed, more than 12,000 people left injured. A catastrophe for this poor country, abandoned to its own destiny because of an almost non-existent health system and armed gangs that hinder rescue workers. On the island, we have been cooperating with the Camillian brothers since 2010 and during these moments of emergency we are fully operative in helping hospitals, children, and poor families.
Once again Haiti is experiencing another catastrophe. On Saturday, August 14, 2021, a magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck at 8:20 am. The latest official toll from the Office of Civil Protection speaks of 2189 dead, 12,268 injured and 15,000 houses destroyed or damaged. Lambi Fund of Haiti is among the organizations on the ground responding to urgent calls to provide relief assistance to the victims.
On Saturday, August 14, 2021, a 7.2 earthquake rocked Haiti, devastating cities, destroying homes and infrastructure, and burying people in the rubble of collapsed buildings. This earthquake was stronger than the 2010 earthquake, which resulted in more than 200,000 casualties. ActionAid has been working in Haiti since 1997, and is responding immediately with emergency support, while also planning for a longer-term response to support those impacted.
On August 14, a 7.2 magnitude earthquake hit Haiti causing major damages in Les Cayes. As of August 20, the Haitian Civil Protection reports over 2,189 deaths and 12,268 injured. This devastation, which left 75,000 families without healthcare access, was aggravated by the rains brought by Tropical Storm Grace. Our goal is to provide primary care to the largest number of people needing rehabilitation and prosthetics. We will prioritize people with disabilities and delivery of life-saving supplies
On the morning of August 14, 2021, a 7.2-magnitude earthquake hit the island of Haiti causing high casualties and widespread disaster. CORE has launched an immediate response to provide emergency support to survivors. CORE will provide emergency shelter, rubble removal support and medical assistance.
On Aug. 14th, a 7.2 magnitude earthquake hit southwestern Haiti. Thousands have been left homeless and essential infrastructure has been destroyed. Forced onto the streets, earthquake survivors are vulnerable to COVID-19 and its delta variant. Hospitals are overwhelmed. Under our UN mandate to coordinate and manage displacement camps globally, IOM is on the ground providing life-saving supplies and building emergency shelters. But the challenges are tremendous, and we need your help.
The project will respond to critical shelter needs in southwestern region through distribution of emergency shelter kits to 2,000 families whose homes have been severely damaged or destroyed by the recent earthquake. Primary beneficiaries will include vulnerable groups such as people living with disabilities, lactating and pregnant women, older adults, and women and child headed households, who will also receive training on content and utilization of the shelter kits.
A 7.2 magnitude earthquake has caused widespread damage in Haiti, where the impact of the deadly 2010 earthquake is still felt. There is widespread damage to buildings and more than 2,000 people have been killed. Any support you can provide will be extremely appreciated and will help get supplies into the country. Thank you for ANY amount of a donation you can provide and if you cannot donate, your prayers and well wishes will also be greatly appreciated.
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