Since 2006, SOIL (Sustainable, Organic, Intergrated Livelihoods) has been transforming wastes into resources in Haiti. Through the use of ecological sanitation, SOIL is working to create a revolutionary social business model for providing access to safe, dignified sanitation that produces rich, organic compost as a natural resource for Haiti’s badly-depleted soils, while also creating economic opportunities in some of the world’s most under-resourced communities. Here is SOIL's 2015 report, 20 pages.
Haiti aid projects
Haitian Hearts brings children and young adults in desperate need of heart surgery from Haiti to the United States for life-saving medical treatment. During the past 18 years, Haitian Hearts has brought more than 160 patients to the United States and helped thousands more in Haiti through our general medical work in clinics and hospitals. And for each individual Haitian Hearts has helped, we know countless others have benefited from the improved health of their family member, friend, or neighbor.
The housing rights campaign in Haiti.
The column (blog) by Dr. John Carroll reporting on his medical aid work in Haiti. Published in the Peoria Daily Star (Illinois).
This is the new (2013), umbrella web page by the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs of the United Nations.
ReliefWeb provides humanitarian information and analysis.
SOPUDEP is a pioneering school in Petionville with an enrolment of 600 students from elementary to senior high school grades. The school has survived the earthquake and we understand there were no casualties inside. Staff are transforming it into a disaster medical center and will urgently need funds. The Sawatzky Family Foundation is a registered charity in Canada and issues tax deductible receipts. By mail: The Sawatzky Family Foundation; PO Box 626, 25 Peter Street North; Orillia, Ontario, Canada L3V 6K5
The Zanmi Lasante/Partners In Health medical center is located in the Central Plateau of Haiti and delivers health care to a population of one million people through a network of clinics in that region of the country. Since the January 12, 2010 earthquake, PIH has expanded its work into the earthquake zone. As of January 2011, it is providing health care to three internally displaced persons camps housing app. 80,000 people.