The $3.6 million multi-pronged effort provided direct support to 3,400 Haitian beneficiaries seven years after the devastating earthquake. John Murray, Major - Leaders of the Canada and Bermuda Territory and the Caribbean Territory gathered in Haiti in late January to celebrate
Army facilities in Haiti sustain damage. The Salvation Army in Haiti is assessing the damage caused by Hurricane Matthew and establishing plans to help some of the thousands of people forced from their homes. Winds of 145 miles per hour–accompanied by
Lessons on faith-based facilitation from Haiti By Elissaint Jean Jacques - Poverty is widely viewed as lack of things—food, clothing, shelter, and so on—and is often the principal focus of aid actors from governmental to non-governmental agencies, faith-based and secular organizations. Yet,
Nonprofits partner for photovoice workshops Three years following the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that rocked Haiti, The Salvation Army continues to work in affected communities toward tangible recovery. The Army is rebuilding its own Delmas 2 compound, a mainstay in Port-au-Prince for
The Salvation Army continues to help in recovery three years after the devastating earthquake. Partnering with the Haitian people, The Salvation Army has created a positive “ansanm, ansanm n’a rive” reputation in the three years since the magnitude 7.0 earthquake in
The results are in. Rob Stillwell, an accreditation consultant for the Utah State Office of Education, took a two-week tour of Salvation Army schools in the south of Haiti in order to equip and evaluate teachers, administrators and schools. “To say
Local and international friends join officers, soldiers and staff for the dedication of the new DHQ building. By Kara Langford The Salvation Army in Haiti dedicated its new divisional headquarters on April 2 in Port-au-Prince with a spirited program and ribbon cutting.
The 7.1 magnitude earthquake of Jan. 12, 2010, damaged or destroyed half the homes in Port-au-Prince, Haiti’s capital city, leaving 300,000 people dead and 1 million homeless. Estimates run as high as 200,000 amputations since the earthquake.