One Hundred For Haiti creates and supports long-term social development and human rights programs related to water safety, roof construction, feeding hungry children, and violence prevention in rural Haiti.
One Hundred For Haiti started in 2010 as a relief organization after helping deliver over 30,000 pounds of medical supplies and food to the people of Haiti by boat. Realizing that relief work creates a cycle of dependency, they formed officially and switched to a development model. Their focus is always on listening to the people they serve and supporting what they want, rather than imposing their own ideas for humanitarian support on them and their communities.
They currently focus on four main projects: supporting people in a rural region in the northeast of Haiti to be able to build their own stable water tanks which allow for cholera to be prevented; helping locals replace roofs which otherwise would be unsafe and unihabitable; feeding hungry kids, and helping to fund a program focusing on violence education in the south.
As of this time, since the start of the Rural Water Project by their predecessors in the region and through their management of it over the last three years, there have been zero cholera deaths, down from dozens in the years prior to the project. They currently work with forty communities and support local Haitians who manage, maintain, and repair the water cisterns in those communities.
One Hundred For Haiti creates and supports long-term social development and human rights programs related to water safety and sexual assault prevention in rural Haiti.
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