Local Non-Profits Playing Key Roles in Devastated Haiti

Local Non-Profits Playing Key Roles in Devastated Haiti

  A recent article from Mountain Xpress featured Consider Haiti and our efforts to help the families and children impacted by Hurricane Matthew in Haiti. Below you will find a portion of the article that includes our organization, Consider Haiti. To read the entire article, click here. Source: MountainX.com By: Lorin Mallorie Asheville rallied to support […]

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The ghosts of 2010 haunt Haiti

The ghosts of 2010 haunt Haiti

Monday, OCTOBER 24, 2016 by Azam Ahmed, New York Times PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti — The ghosts of 2010 haunt Haiti. They hover over the recovery effort for Hurricane Matthew in its every aspect: the Haitian government’s insistence on coordinating aid, the modest numbers of deaths registered, the struggle to raise sufficient funds, even the blight of cholera […]

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Cost of Damages from Hurricane

Cost of Damages from Hurricane

Below you will find a  letter outlining Hurricane Matthew’s Program Damage from Consider Haiti Staff Leader Eddy Prophete Good evening, We have reviewed our programs (sustainable nutrition, clean water and the farm). 1. Goats: To replace the 27 goats killed by Hurricane Matthew in Fond Baptiste, Ivory, Montrouis and Sous-Borgne, we would need $1,350 US. Remember that the goats […]

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Hurricane Matthew: ‘1.4 million need help in Haiti’

Hurricane Matthew: ‘1.4 million need help in Haiti’

  Update on Haiti Post Hurricane Matthew- Tuesday October 11, 2016 (excerpts from an Al-Jazeera report) The devastating hurricane wiped some towns and villages off the map, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said today. The Secretary-General told reporters. Haiti faces a crisis that requires a “massive response” from the international community, the United Nations has said, with atleast […]

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Seeing ‘Nothing to Live For’ as Haiti Seeks a Body Count After Hurricane Matthew

Seeing ‘Nothing to Live For’ as Haiti Seeks a Body Count After Hurricane Matthew

Excerpts from New York Times’ report by Azam Ahmed As access and information to cut-off areas of Haiti increase after the hurricane, the news only gets worse. The death toll has climbed to nearly 900 people, while an outbreak of cholera in three southern towns has killed 13 people and infected 62 others, health officials said. For […]

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Death toll soars in Haiti from Hurricane Matthew

Death toll soars in Haiti from Hurricane Matthew

Post content from www.aligazerra.com The number of people killed in Haiti by Hurricane Matthew has risen sharply, with coastal villages and towns beginning to make contact with the outside world, three days after being hit by the fiercest Caribbean storm in nearly a decade. A Reuters news agency tally of deaths reported by civil protection officials […]

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2016 Spring Trip Press Release

2016 Spring Trip Press Release

Consider Haiti Volunteers Visit Over 1000 Haitian Children on Spring Trip Asheville, NC May 2016: On March 26th through April 2nd, 2016, Consider Haiti (CH) volunteers visited over 1000 Haitian children in need of immediate medical and nutritional assistance in Montrouis Haiti and surrounding areas. The volunteer team of eleven consisted of Asheville residents Bill […]

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