hurricaine matthew destroys house in Haiti
On October 4, 2016, Hurricane Matthew struck southwestern Haiti destroying close to 200,000 homes and leaving 14 million people in need of humanitarian aid. The Salvation Army was on the ground in Haiti immediately, providing basic food items and treatment through its clinic to people who were injured. As the extent of the devastation became  […]

37 Seconds that Changed a Country Forever

Posted on 11th January 2016, by SalvationArmy.ca
New home after Haiti earthquake
Haiti is still struggling to recover from a devastating earthquake on January 12, 2010 that killed more than 250,000 people and crippled the nation's infrastructure. Six years later, The Salvation Army continues to work alongside Haitians to strengthen their communities. “On January 12, 2016, to mark the sixth anniversary of the earthquake, The Salvation Army  […]

The Salvation Army’s Ongoing Work in Haiti

Posted on 10th June 2015, by SalvationArmy.ca
The Salvation Army's ongoing work in haiti is new homes
More than five years after a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Port-au-Prince, Haiti, The Salvation Army continues to provide survivors with new homes, employment skills, agricultural and livelihood support. Due to the generosity of Canadians, The Salvation Army in the Canada and Bermuda territory has: built 114 permanent, earthquake resistant, houses, with more in process, provided  […]

Haiti Earthquake: Five Years After

Posted on 12th January 2015, by SalvationArmy.ca
Salvation Army continues to support survivors of Haitian earthquake
Today marks the five-year anniversary of the earthquake that killed over 300,000 Haitians. The Salvation Army continues to improve the lives of those affected. Located an hour and 20 minutes from Port-au-Prince, is The Salvation Army Vocational Training School in Luly.  Adult students, both male and female, receive business training and skills development.  The ultimate  […]

After the Quake: Haiti Four Years Later

Posted on 12th January 2014, by SalvationArmy.ca
The earthquake that ripped through Haiti on January 12, 2010, was one of the top five deadliest disasters in history, claiming more than 250,000 lives. Nearly four years after the earthquake, while media attention on Haiti has significantly diminished, The Salvation Army continues to identify the most vulnerable people and help them move forward with  […]

Salvation Army Improves Lives in Haiti

Posted on 11th January 2014, by SalvationArmy.ca
Four years after a devastating earthquake struck Haiti, The Salvation Army continues to help communities rebuild. Vocational training is one example of how The Salvation Army is bringing hope to those affected by the January 12, 2010 catastrophe.
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Haiti’s Hope and Progress

Posted on 6th January 2014, by SalvationArmy.ca
Four years after a 7.1 magnitude earthquake ripped through Haiti on January 12, 2010, The Salvation Army continues to work with impacted communities, giving Haitians the tools they need to build a better life for themselves and their families. While the catastrophe was lethal, collapsing hundreds of communities into dusty heaps and killing an estimated  […]

Haiti 2013: Continuing the Path to Recovery

Posted on 7th January 2013, by SalvationArmy.ca
January 12, 2013, marks the third anniversary of a major earthquake that inflicted catastrophe on Haiti, one of the poorest countries in the Western Hemisphere. The Salvation Army has been active in Haiti since 1950 and following the earthquake hundreds of thousands of people flooded Salvation Army facilities for food, water, shelter and medical aid.  […]

Haiti 2012: The Path to Recovery

Posted on 9th January 2012, by SalvationArmy.ca
January 12 marks the second anniversary of a major earthquake that inflicted catastrophe on one of the poorest countries in the Western Hemisphere. While Haiti continues its long road to recovery, The Salvation Army in Canada and Bermuda remains committed to empowering earthquake-affected communities. Outlined below are snapshots of our progress and plans for the  […]
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