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TimestampOrganization NameHeadquarters Location (city, state, country)Date of first projects in HaitiOrganization Purpose/Mission StatementWebsite URLContact NameContact E-mailContact Phone NumberProject Areas in HaitiProject Type (Spring capping; well drilling; etc.)Number of Full time StaffOther Project Locations outside HaitiAdditional Information Project Type (Spring capping; well drilling; etc.)Updated
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ACLAM (Action Contre La Misère)Washington, USWe go to the underserved. They live in places off the beaten path—difficult places where many other organizations can’t or won’t go. And they’re suffering.http://www.worldconcern.org/M. Christon W. DOMONDinfo@worldconcernhaitiaclam.org800-755-5022Well Drilling, Rainwater ResevoirChad, Kenya, Somalia, Sudan, Uganda, Bangladesh, Laos, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Tibet (China), Vietnam, Bolivia6/2/2010
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Action by Churches TogetherGeneva, SwitzerlandAction by Churches Together (ACT) International is a global alliance of churches and related agencies working to save lives and support communities in emergencies worldwide.http://www.act-intl.org/Michael Zschiegnermzs@actalliance.org41 22 791 64 206/2/2010
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Agape Leogane Christian MissionBristol, TNThe purpose of Agape Christian Mission is to live and preach the word of God in the country of Haiti. We serve the communities with Agape Love and speak the wisdom of the Bible. We strive to meet the needs of the communities, including food/nutrition, health care and education with the primary goal of sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ.http://www.agapechristianmission.org/Linda Lahr lahrls@aol.com423-366-14156/2/2010
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Alternative Gifts InternationalWichita, KSAlternative Gifts International is a non-profit organization which inspires support for humanitarian and environmental causes. We offer donors the option to designate charitable gifts through carefully selected agencies in the name of their relatives, friends and associates.http://www.altgifts.org/Tonytony@alternativegifts.org800-842-22436/2/2010
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American Red CrossAmerican Red Cross International Services helps vulnerable people and communities around the world prepare for, respond to, and recover from natural disasters, humanitarian crises, and health emergencies by mobilizing the power of the world's largest humanitarian network, made up of 186 Red Cross and Red Crescent national societies and more than 97 million volunteers. In all our work, we abide by the seven fundamental principles: humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity and universality.http://www.redcross.org/disaster relief6/2/2010
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Ananda Marga Universal Relief Team (AMURT & AMURTEL USA)AMURT’s strategy in all of its work is to develop projects in close collaboration with local community networks and in the process, reinforce the capacity of these networks to manage their own projects. A key element in AMURT’s community approach is the training of organizational leadership and the organizing of community networks. To this end, the bulk of AMURT’s project portfolio is dedicated to the management of small-scale community projects.http://amurt.us/ and http://www.amurthaiti.org/http://www.amurthaiti.org/contact.phpNorthwest Haiti6/2/2010
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3/15/2011 14:27:52ACTED (agency for technical cooperation and DevelopmentParis, France2004ACTED’s vocation is to support vulnerable populations affected by wars, natural disasters and/or economic and social crises, and to accompany them in building a better future; thus contributing to the Millennium Development Goalshttp://www.acted.orgparis[at]acted.org(+509) 2511 1042Artibonite Valley, Saint-Marc, Grande Saline and Marchand DessalinesChlorination, Biosand Filters, Community Water Systems, Other>30Africa and southeast asia
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5/6/2011 14:17:29StarfyshGrand Rapids2010Our vision is to reverse the vicious cycle of poverty on the island of La Gonave, Haiti. We'll know our vision has been realized when drinking water is clean, food is abundant and people are able to provide for themselves, thus building dignity and hope for every person, every family, and every village on the island.www.starfysh.orgSteve Edmondsonsteve@starfysh.org(616)915-9261Island of La GonaveSpring Capping, Well Drilling, Well Rehabilitation, Chlorination, Biosand Filters, Rain Water Collection, Community Water Systems, Solar-powered filtration, Reverse Osmosis0-5
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8/1/2011 10:09:33Roots of DevelopmentWashington, DC2007Roots of Development helps impoverished communities in Haiti acquire the financial resources and organizational skills they need to manage their own development. We promote an alternative approach to rural development by facilitating a process in which we bring together diverse representatives from a community, listen to their hopes for the future, and build on the inherent strengths of the group to help them complete community-driven projects that bring about greater independence.http://www.rootsofdevelopment.org/info@rootsofdevelopment.org202-466-0805La GonaveSpring Capping, Community Water Systems0-5
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Caribbean Environment ProgrammeKingston, JAMAICAPromoting regional co-operation for the protection and development of the marine environment of the Wider Caribbean Region. http://www.cep.unep.org/rcu@cep.unep.org(876) 922-9267-96/2/2010
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Center for affordable water and sanitation technologyCalgary, Alberta, CAto provide technical training and consulting, and to act as a centre of expertise in water and sanitation for the poor in developing countries.http://www.cawst.org/1 403 243-3285Manz Biosand filter6/2/2010
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Child Care InternationalAberdeen, Scotland
We are committed to the poor. We are called to serve poor and orphaned children by providing life-changing opportunities through simple and practical programs. We regard the poor as active participants in developing their future, not passive recipients.http://childcareinternational.net/index.htminfo@childcareinternational.netWell Driling/pump instillation6/2/2010
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Children of the Promise InternationalKitchener, Ontario, CA; Centerville, OH Children of Promise International® is an inter-denominational Christian mission organization dedicated to: Providing physical and spiritual care for orphans and destitute children through Christ-centered orphan homes. Providing for needy children through feeding and nutrition programs, free schools, and higher education opportunities, and family assistance.http://www.promise.org/Homes/Haiti.htminfo@promise.org(937) 436-53976/2/2010
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Christian Haitian OutreachMiami, FLChristian Haitian Outreach, an organization that supports the children, orphans and the poor of Haitihttp://www.christianhaitianoutreach.orgmomworkman@aol.com305-385-6881Well6/2/2010
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Christian Reformed World Relief Committee (CRWRC)Grand Rapids, MIresponds on your behalf to the needs of people who suffer from poverty, hunger, disaster, and injustice. http://www.crcna.org/pages/crwrc_lamt_haiti.cfmcrwrc@crcna.org616-241-16916/2/2010
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Clean Water for HaitiVancouver, Ca; Pierre Payen, Haiti To demonstrate our love for the Lord and our neighbors by providing support and expertise for sustainable clean water projects in Haiti. This Mission is dedicated to responding to the needs of the Haitian people in the area of availability to clean water, using simple technology and proven effective methods for development of clean water projectscleanwaterforhaiti.orgChris Rollinginfo@cleanwaterforhaiti.org 509-2547-3210Manz Biosand Filter6/2/2010
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Colorado Haiti ProjectLouisville, CO1989Our primary mission is with the Episcopal Mission of St. Paul's, where we work in collaboration with the Priest-in-Charge, Archdeacon Kesner Gracia and a committee of community advisors, to help provide education, vocational training, health care, nutrition and clean water within the mission setting.http://www.coloradohaitiproject.org303-938-5021Petit Trou de NippesWell Drilling, Pipping, and Water Filters6/2/2010
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Compassion InternationalColorado Springs, Colorado1968Compassion International exists as a Christian child advocacy ministry that releases children from spiritual, economic, social and physical poverty and enables them to become responsible, fulfilled Christian adults.http://www.compassion.com/about/where/haiti.htm800-336-7676food,health,sanitation6/2/2010
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Double Harvest HaitiOberlin, OH1978DOUBLE HARVEST operates in third world countries to establish and develop agricultural projects, by providing capital resources and implementing best practices to increase food production, and to build the local economy.http://www.doubleharvest.org/where/haiti/haitiinfo@DoubleHarvest.org440-714-1694Bon Repos, Cazeau, Croix des Bouquets, Monet and ThomazeauWater wells, sanitation, sustainable agriculutre6/2/2010
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Dumas M. Siméus Foundation
/Organisation Sove Lavi
South lake, TxThe Mission of Organisation Sove lavi is to save the lives of the poorest of the poor in Haiti, by providing medical care, clean water, education, nutritional services, and clothing. http://www.sovelavi.org/817-239-7298Pont-Sonde, St. Mark6/2/2010
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Educational Concerns for HungerNorth Fort Myers, FLECHO is a non-profit organization whose vision is "to bring glory to God and a blessing to mankind by using science and technology to help the poor."http://www.echonet.org/Danielle Flooddflood@echonet.org239-543-3246Sawyer Products water filter6/2/2010
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Engineers Without BordersBoulder, COEWB-USA helps create a more stable and prosperous world by addressing people's basic human needs by providing necessities such as clean water, power, sanitation and education.http://www.ewb-usa.org/index.php303-772-2723
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Faith in Action InternationalSpring Lake, MI1997Founded in 1997 by Tom Braak, Faith in Action International is a Christian, grass-roots organization whose goal is to tangibly express God's love to people living in impoverished communities.http://www.faithinactionint.org/Tom Braaktom@faithinactionint.org616-842-8951VerettesBiosand Filter, Spring Capping, Rain Water Reservoirs, Solar Filters6/2/2010
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Family Health Ministries, Inc.Durham, NC2004Family Health Ministries (FHM) is a faith-based nonprofit organization dedicated to developing long-term relationships with underserved individuals, families and communities to help them help themselves in culturally relevant ways.http://www.familyhm.org/index.htmlinfo@familyhm.org 919-382-5500Blanchard,
Fondwa, Leogane
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Foundation of International Development AssistanceWe endeavor to encourage self-sufficiency in Haiti; to work at the grassroots to introduce appropriate technology and training; to bring hope, encouragement and resources to help communities work out solutions to their adversities.http://www.fida-pch.org/
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Food for the PoorCoconut Creek, FL1996Food For The Poor is the number one international relief and development charity in the United States, feeding 2 million poor every day. Our Christian relief programs and projects are helping children and the poorest of the poor by providing food, housing, health care, education, water projects, emergency relief and micro-enterprise assistance in the Caribbean and Latin America.http://www.foodforthepoor.org/webmaster@foodforthepoor.com954-427-222235 water and sanitation projects under construction6/2/2010
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Friends of Hopital Albert SchweitzerPittsburgh, Pennsylvania1999The Friends of Hôpital Albert Schweitzer Haiti designs and implements projects in collaboration with HAS' mission of improving the health and well-being of the people in Haiti's Artibonite Valley.http://www.friendsofhas.org/index.php3info@friendsofhas.org412-361-4884
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Gift of WaterCarmel, IN1995Gift of Water® is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing filtered and clean drinking water to the third world communities that it serves. http://www.giftofwater.org/home.htmPete Murhpypete.murphy@giftofwater.org(317) 490-7197150+ communitiescommunity based water treatment1/6/2011
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Global Environment FacilityWashington DCThe Global Environment Facility (GEF) unites 181 member governments — in partnership with international institutions, nongovernmental organizations, and the private sector — to address global environmental issues.http://www.thegef.org/gef/gef_country_prg/HT202-473-0508
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Global Outreach HaitiPontotoc, MS1983The Global Outreach Haiti Mission is a multifaceted ministry meeting the needs of the total man with a commitment to feeding the hungry, clothing the naked, and providing potable water to the thirsty. The ultimate objective of all these ministries is to point people to the saving grace of Jesus Christ.http://www.freewebs.com/gohaitimission/Barbara Gibsonbgibson@globaloutreach.org1-800-961-9244Titanyen183 wells drilled
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GLOW Ministries Int'lZeeland, MiGleaning the fields of the generous to distribute "resources and sacrificial gifts as directly and ""expediently as possible to those facing the greatest, often life threatening needs.http://glowmi.org/index.htmlinfo@glowmi.org616-772-3370
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Good Samaritan Relief1994The Good Samaritan Foundation is a non-profit organization of volunteers dedicated to the education, health and welfare of underprivileged children of Ile LaVache Haiti.http://www.goodsamaritanofhaiti.comMichael Gardnermichael@goodsamaritanofhaiti.com Ile LaVache Haiti.
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H.I.S. Home for Children - HaitiLima, Oh1999Interdenominational Christain ministry developed to care for the orphaned and abandoned children of Haitihttp://www.hishomeforchildren.com/hishomeforchildren@hotmail.com567-202-1175Port au Prince
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Haiti Foundation of HopeVancouver, WA2005Haiti Foundation of Hope supports a number of ongoing projects in rural northern Haiti. Our work assists people in areas of health, education and economic development. We also partner with the local church as it encourages individuals and communities.http://haitifoundationofhope.org/give-hope/ givehope@haitifoundationofhope.org360-993-0974Northern Haiti
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Haiti Innovation2004Haiti Innovation is an all-volunteer, non profit consultancy. Created by former Peace Corps Volunteers, the Haiti Innovation team offers technical expertise and in depth knowledge of Haitian developmental challenges and solutions.http://www.haitiinnovation.org/Bryan Schaafbryan@haitiinnovation.org
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Haiti Outreach (HOPE)Rochester, NYH.O.P.E. is a not-for-profit, volunteer organization based in Rochester, New York. Our sole purpose is to assist the people of Borgne, Haiti in achieving equitable, just and sustainable living conditions.http://www.hopehaiti.org/http://www.hopehaiti.org/contact/Borgnewater sanitation and purification program
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Haiti Outreach. Inc.Minnetonka, MN1997To collaborate with the people of Haiti to build and maintain community-initiated projects that advance their development.http://www.haitioutreach.org/info@haitioutreach.org612-929-1122municiple water repair, well drilling, irrigation24
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Haitian Resources Development Foundation1987The Haitian Resource Development Foundation prioritizes programs that enable and empower various Haitian locales to further personal and collective independence.http://www.hrdf.org/http://www.hrdf.org/contactus/
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Hands Together, Inc.Springfield, MA1997Hands Together is a nonprofit organization devoted to educating, inspiring and encouraging people to understand the importance of responding to the needs of the poor and disadvantaged. Our Mission, as we strive to build a more compassionate and human world, proceeds from the spiritual belief that we are all members of one, equal, interconnected family under a loving Godhttp://www.handstogether.org/info@handstogether.org413-731-7716Port au Prince
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Hearts Together for HaitiWindsor, ONHearts Together for Haiti provides support to selected communities in Haiti in their self-determination efforts, as they work to build infrastructures and environments focusing on education, health, nutrition, water and sanitation, which will enhance the quality of life.www.htfhaiti.orgSteve McDougallstevemcd@rogers.blackberry.net519-978-2481water filtration, well digging, well pump installation
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His Harvest FieldsKnoxville, TNHarvest Field Ministries is a non-profit, Christian organization committed to meeting the spiritual, physical, and educational needs of children and families in the impoverished country of Haiti.http://www.harvestfieldhaiti.org/Brian Lloydbrian@harvestfieldhaiti.org865-806-6840
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Hope For Haiti's ChildrenSugar Land, TxTo demonstrate Christian compassion and create opportunities for poverty bound Haitian children to get an education and become outstanding leaders.http://hopeforhaitischildren.orginfo@hopeforhaitischildren.org 281-240-3550water cisterns
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Hôpital Albert SchweitzerPittsburgh, PAHôpital Albert Schweitzer (HAS) is a model for health care facilities in developing countries around the world. An integrated rural health system, HAS provides medical care and community health and development programs for more than 300,000 impoverished people in the Artibonite Valley of central Haitihttp://www.hashaiti.org/info@hashaiti.org412-361-5200550
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Hôpital Limbe (Haiti)Lake Worth, FLHôpital Bon Samaritain (HBS), a full service hospital with outreach programs, is situated in the river valley of Limbé, Haiti. http://www.hbslimbe.org/index.phphbsfl@bellsouth.net561-533-0883Limbe
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Institute Inter-Américain de Coopération Pour Agriculture (IICA)Ontario, CanadaThe Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA) is a specialized agency of the Inter-American System, and its purposes are to encourage and support the efforts of its Member States to achieve agricultural development and well-being for rural populations.http://www.iicacan.org/Pages/default.aspxiica.ca@iica.int
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International ActionWashington, D.C.Our vision is of a world where every child will attend school, enhance their talents, and live to participate positively in their community. Clean water will be a most important public health measure to make this possible.http://www.haitiwater.org/info@haitiwater.org(202) 488-073510
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Living Water InternationalZeeland, MI; Houston, TXLiving Water International exists to demonstrate the love of God by helping communities acquire desperately needed clean water, and to experience “living water”—the gospel of Jesus Christ—which alone satisfies the deepest thirst.http://www.water.cc/jodi@water.cc616 748 6073
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OXFAMWe believe that respect for human rights will help lift people out of poverty and injustice, allow them to assert their dignity and guarantee sustainable development. When we speak about having a rights-based approach, this is what we mean...http://oxfam.qc.ca/en info@oxfamamerica.org1-800-77-OXFAM
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Pan American Development FoundationThe Pan American Development Foundation empowers disadvantaged people and communities in Latin America and the Caribbean to achieve sustainable economic and social progress, strengthen their communities and civil society, and prepare for and respond to natural disasters and other humanitarian crises, thereby advancing the principles of the Organization of the American States. http://www.padf.org/padf-dc@padf.org(202) 458-3969
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Pan American Health OrganizationPAHO / WHO has worked for decades in Haiti. This work was sustainable as possible through a great collective effort, namely: a permanent presence in the country, strong technical support from regional and global levels; office support of PAHO / WHO neighboring countries, especially that of the Dominican Republic, mobilization of horizontal cooperation and continued support of national authorities, donor agencies and multilateral cooperation. Another key element was the coordination with other UN agencies and inter-American system, the Cuban Medical Brigade, NGOs, civil society in Haiti, as well as other bilateral cooperation agencies. This collective effort has allowed undertake many activities and concrete actions for the benefit of the country's population. The Millennium Development provide a framework for international assistance and investment in sustainable solutions and long term for the country. PAHO / WHO encourages a joint approach to Haiti and the Dominican Republic, given the interdependence of their economies and the high migration between the two countries and its impact on the health sector.http://new.paho.org/hai/Dr. Henriette Chamouilletpostmaster@paho.orgCountry/City Code: 011-509
Telephones: 2244-7675 SW
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Partners in Health1985We argue for better working conditions and better protection of the natural resources on which poor communities depend. We campaign for fairer trade rules at the global level, and for better policies at the national level. We work with partners and communities to implement programs that lead to self-sustaining livelihoods, with a strong focus on women.http://www.pih.org/where/haiti/haiti.htmlhaiti@pih.org
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Samaritan's PurseBoone, NCSamaritan's Purse is a nondenominational evangelical Christian organization providing spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world. Since 1970, Samaritan's Purse has helped meet needs of people who are victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease, and famine with the purpose of sharing God's love through His Son, Jesus Christ.http://www.samaritanspurse.org/index.php/Relief_and_Development/Food_and_Water/http://www.samaritanspurse.org/index.php/Who_We_Are/Contact_Us/(828) 262-1980
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Save the ChildrenWestport, CTOur mission is to create lasting, positive change in the lives of children in need in the U.S. and around the world. Our priorities are to ensure that children in need grow up protected and safe, educated, healthy and well-nourished, and able to thrive in economically secure households.http://www.savethechildren.org/countries/latin-america-caribbean/haiti.htmltwebster@savechildren.org(203) 221-4030
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Tear FundAt Tearfund, what drives us is a belief that the local church is the answer to poverty. Inspired by the example and teaching of Jesus, we recognise that people have deeply interconnected material and spiritual needs, and we seek to meet those needs by working through our local church partners. Churches are at the heart of their communities – full of dedicated, resourceful people who want to make a long-term difference.http://www.tearfund.org/enquiry@tearfund.org0845 355 8355
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U.S. Agency for International DevelopmentU.S. foreign policy in Latin America and the Caribbean is designed to help governments respond to their citizens by strengthening democracy, creating widespread long-term economic growth, and promoting security. This policy has borne fruit in the emergence of democratic states, and improved social justice and economic competitiveness. Despite ad-vances in these areas, many people continue to be denied access to opportunity. Large segments of the population have yet to enjoy the full benefits of democracy and economic growth; they lack the jobs, health-care, education, and safety that are needed to improve their lives. http://www.usaid.gov/locations/latin_america_caribbean/
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UNDPThe UNDP Mission Is To Support Countries to Accelerate progress on human development. This Means That all UNDP policy advice, technical support, advocacy, and contributions to Strengthening coherence in global development finance must Be Aimed at one end result: Real Improvements in people's lives and choices and Opportunities in the open to 'em. UNDP Has championed this integrative approach to human development Since the 1990s, using the Human Development Reports, "under the leadership Launched of the late Mahbub ul-Haq with Amartya Sen, as important tools in this advocacy. Central to the human development approach Is The concept of human empowerment. In addition to revenu, it treats access to education and health care, freedom of expression, the rule of law, respect for diversity, protection from violence, and the Preservation of the environment as essential dimensions of human Other development and wellbeing.http://www.ht.undp.org/index.php
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Water Missions InternationalWater Missions International has completed projects in nearly 40 countries. Each country and each community we work with is different from the other. Even within the same country, tribal and ethnic differences give each community has its own unique DNA. Frequently, we work in areas with great political instability making life more difficult for the people and making planning and running a project very difficult. These various factors make project management a challenge and speaks to why good project management is important.http://www.watermissions.org/haitihttp://www.watermissions.org/contact-us12
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West Indies Self Help (WISH)http://www.haitiwish.org/admin@haitiwish.org
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World ConcernClean water: We often take it for granted, but people in developing countries struggle to provide it for their families. Their water can be contaminated by dirt, parasites, sewage and even saltwater, leaving families sick or dehydrated from drinking it.http://www.worldconcern.org/water/info@worldconcern.org (800) 755.5022
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World Harvest for Christ"Impacting the World through Creative Community, Education, and Media Services"http://www.worldharvest.cc/Eric Dorseycontact@worldharvest.cc(626) 359-8500 water purification
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World Health OrganizationWHO is the directing and coordinating authority for health within the United Nations system. It is responsible for providing leadership on global health matters, shaping the health research agenda, setting norms and standards, articulating evidence-based policy options, providing technical support to countries and monitoring and assessing health trends.http://www.who.int/countries/hti/en/Dr. Henriette Chamouilletpostmaster@paho.orgCountry/City Code: 011-509
Telephones: 2244-7675 SW
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World Hunger ReliefWorld Hunger Relief, Inc. is a Christian organization committed to the alleviation of hunger around the world.http://www.worldhungerrelief.org/index.htmWorld Hunger Relief, Inc.info@worldhungerrelief.org(254)799-5611Léogânewell drilling
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911 WaterBirmingham, AL911Water provides Drinking Water Filter Systems and Emergency Preparation Products by Berkey, Katadyn, Aquasana, Seychelle, Brita, PUR, Amway, Aqua-Pur, Culligan, Whirlpool, and more that Keep You Safe, Save You Money, and Help the Environment!www.911water.comnelson@911water.com(205) 702-4444Water Filtration Systems
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