Haiti

 

Disaster Preparedness and Mitigation Project

Belle Anse Arrondissement Department, Haiti
This project was an innovative crisis and risk prevention project that combined cutting edge yet cost-effective technology with community-based solutions to reduce the impact of natural disasters on communities living in Haiti.

Hard Hats for Haiti Campaign

Port-au-Prince
This project is focused on providing safe homes, revitalizing neighborhoods, and creating job opportunities for vulnerable Haitians after the devastating 2010 earthquake.

Health Services and Tools and Training

Haiti
Provision of rice, hospital beds and medical supplies to beneficiaries of PADF Haiti; provision of office furniture, desktop and laptop computers to beneficiaries of PADF Haiti.

Leveraging Effective Application of Direct Investment

Cap-Haitian, Port-au-Prince, St. Marc, Haiti
Provide technical assistance through local business service providers to support business plan development and enterprise management, so that target enterprises can attract capital, grow, create jobs, and generate income.

PRODEPUR

Haiti
Actively works to build the capacity of community organizations, encouraging them to define their own local priorities and assisting them in implementing critical interventions in the areas of health, education, micro-enterprise, and infrastructure.

PRODEPUR-HABITAT

Delmas 32, Haiti
PRODEPUR-HABITAT works to rebuild homes, clear rubble, improve community infrastructure, and create more access to basic social services as part of a plan to revitalize one of the most densely populated areas in the Port-au-Prince metro region.

Promoting Human Rights and Reducing Poverty for Women and Youth

Cité Soleil, Haiti
This project supports the Haitian government in its efforts to promote human rights and poverty reduction for low-income women and youth in vulnerable situations through improved employability and integration of young people by offering them increased vocational training.

Tropical Storm Isaac Relief

Haiti
PADF distributed bottled water and supported the local Emergency Operations Center in providing beds and medical and hygiene supplies.