Port-au-Prince Earthquake Relief & Rebuilding

by Project Esperanza
Mar 6, 2012

Ready to Get Started with Step 1

Since the last update, we have continued meeting people working in the Port-au-Prince area and just building relationships. We now have a document that will officially outline our plan and serve as the tool for communicating the plan to other NGOs, missionaries, and members of the government. We will now begin circulating the document with the end goal of step 1 being a meeting of all parties who are at least interested in discussing the execution of the plan. This document is attached in this update. Again, this is not an effort that we can focus on extensively because the focus of our work is in the Dominican Republic but it is a work that needs to be done and will be pursued. The next update, therefore, should be much more interesting. Thank you for your support.



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Project Esperanza

Location: Winchester, VA - USA
Website: http:/​/​www.esperanzameanshope.org
Project Leader:
Caitlin McHale
Winchester, VA United States

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