Help 650 flood victims in southern Haiti

by Friends of education and health (Amis de l'education et de la sante ) AMES


A donor must worry about our project that effectively meets the most urgent needs of those affected by Cyclone '' Matthew '' has caused many casualties in cattle head in agricultural equipment and productions. Thus it automatically finds the families capitalization. The project will make a great impact on the lives of families by providing hygiene kits, sheets and foods, allow 650 to resume agricultural activities and commercial activities, para- Provide counseling, Medical and technical.
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Thus, after the passage of the Matthew hurricane season that devastated the south of the department several hundred families left to fend for themselves fell into a situation of misery and poverty; this is unheard. Indeed, after this, these families without economic resources to meet his daily needs lead a subhuman life.


First of all the project will solve the food problem, the problem of drinking water, hygiene problem, health problem, solve the problem of people decapitalised, rebuild damaged houses, and then resume activities agricultural

Long-Term Impact

Actually it is a post cyclone project, which will make a long-term effect on the community and also to the 650 direct beneficiaries, who will resume commercial activities in agricultural production, creation in labor intensive jobs contractor, the beneficiaries will be returned to his home thanks to the reconstruction of destroyed houses


Project Leader:
Edrice Mauricette
Port-au-Prince, Haiti

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