This report draws from 193 evaluations across CARE between 2013-2017 to examine best of our results in sustainability.
For more than 50 years, CARE has been actively fighting against poverty in Haiti and defending the human dignity of disadvantaged families. At the same time, we have assisted those affected by the frequent natural disasters that have visited Haiti through the years. CARE partners with families, communities and local governments to support sustainable development and improve the quality of life.
When the 7.0-magnitude earthquake hit Haiti on January 12, 2010, the poor island country was ill-prepared to sustain the consequences of such a devastating event. CARE was there - and today, we are in the fourth year of a five-year, $100 million plan to help Haitians rebuild their lives and communities. We focus on women because their empowerment serves as a catalyst for overall beneficial change in the communities where they reside.
WASHINGTON (January 12, 2017) – In response to yesterday’s media reports that the U.S.
HAVANA (Sept. 8, 2017) — While Haiti suffered a near miss from the eye of Hurricane Irma, CARE and its partners in Cuba are bracing for impact as the severe storm approaches.
PORT-AU-PRINCE (Sept. 7, 2017) — As Hurricane Irma swirled through the Atlantic with record strength on Thursday, CARE’s emergency teams in Haiti and Cuba made final preparations, readying clean drinking water, food and emergency supplies.
The Washington Post: Haiti has already been devastated by natural disasters, now it's bracing for Irma
Karl Paul, CARE Haiti’s country director warned about Hurricane Irma's potential disaster in Haiti in a story in the Washington Post. “Hurricane Irma could be a monster storm in Haiti, particularly on the heels of Hurricane Matthew’s deadly destruction in the southern part of the country just las
PORT AU PRINCE (Sept 5, 2017) — As powerful Hurricane Irma barrels toward Haiti, CARE’s emergency teams on the ground are preparing their response to this potentially devastating storm, readying clean drinking water, food and emergency supplies such as tarps for shelter.
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti—(November 4, 2016)-- It’s been one month since Hurricane Matthew ripped through Haiti, devastating the southern part of the country.
Originally published by The Hill.