Report on The Salvation Army’s work in Haiti.
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Haiti’s post earthquake road to recovery.
Nearly 700 students started the school year in newly repaired Salvation Army school buildings. The Haiti Recovery and Development School Renovation and Construction team worked hard during the summer months to start, and finish, repairs on four of six priority … Read more
Demolition is underway at The Salvation Army’s Delmas 2 compound in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. In just two weeks, long-standing Salvation Army structures will be leveled to make way for significant rebuilding. Crews will tear down all of the buildings at the … Read more
In Haiti, a new facility and water filtration systems will help The Salvation Army continue its fight against the nation’s Cholera Epidemic. Cholera Treatment Centre (CTC)On January 25, a new Cholera Treatment Centre was opened on a plot of land … Read more
The devastating earthquake that struck Haiti just one year ago no longer is headline news, but to Frank Flaman, business man and philanthropist, it is still very close to his heart. When news broke on January 12, 2010 that Haiti … Read more
As the cholera death toll in Haiti approaches 3,500 people The Salvation Army continues to provide treatment to those who have been infected and prevention support to the wider community. Antibiotics, soap, bleach and oral rehydration supplies are essential in … Read more
On January 12, 2010, the nation of Haiti was devastated by a massive earthquake. More than 700 Salvation Army personnel from Haiti, themselves victims, quickly mobilized to distribute food, water, medical supplies and shelter to thousands of people affected.
The Salvation Army is taking steps to protect people from the cholera epidemic in Haiti that so far has led to 2,000 people losing their lives. Clinics and hospitals throughout Haiti report people with the disease needing treatment. The Salvation … Read more
The Salvation Army clinic in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, led by Dr Danielle Prosper, is preparing to treat a possible influx of cholera patients. In recent weeks Haiti has experienced a rise in the number of people contracting cholera. It is primarily … Read more