1. Higher Ed with Haiti

The strong media response to the January 2010 earthquake in Haiti brought global attention to the destitution of the small country 750 miles from the United States.  Like many others in the United States, the earthquake left students,...

2. Port au Prince, Haiti

Piled into the back of a truck with stacks of timber, pre-fab walls, and buckets of nails, we headed off to Kolofé, one of hundreds of IDP camps that have sprung up in Port au Prince. Every square foot of open earth in the capital is now...
Pre-Trip Meetings Begin

Pre-Trip Meetings Begin

The  Haiti Compact campus leaders for 2014 continue to convene on a weekly conference call, sharing resources, challenges and victories in the lead up to their respective trips. These weekly blog posts offer...
Focusing on the Haiti-Dominican Republic Border

Focusing on the Haiti-Dominican Republic...

The  Haiti Compact campus leaders for 2014 continue to convene on a weekly conference call, sharing resources, challenges and victories in the lead up to their respective trips. These weekly blog posts offer...
A Collective Approach to Addressing Challenges

A Collective Approach to Addressing Chal...

The  Haiti Compact campus leaders for 2014 continue to convene on a weekly conference call, sharing resources, challenges and victories in the lead up to their respective trips. These weekly blog posts offer...
Student Leaders Talk Educational Resources

Student Leaders Talk Educational Resourc...

The Haiti Compact campus leaders for 2014 continue to convene, sharing resources, challenges and victories in the lead up to their respective trips. American University students Sarah Palazzolo and  Kelly...

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About the Haiti Compact

about us image The primary goal of the Haiti Compact is to engage US campuses in effective, responsible, and sustainable service work in and for post-earthquake Haiti through 2015, ensuring consistent and mutually beneficial support.

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