Earthquake Updates

Support relief and recovery

We serve two large camps of earthquake survivors, each with more than 100 families. 40% of camp residents are children and infants.
We provide:

  • Critical medical care, particularly wound and infection treatment
  • Clean water for drinking and bathing
  • Antibiotics, soap and shampoo to prevent infections and fight disease
  • Survival kits
  • More than 500 tarps for shelter
  • Solar lamps to light the camps at night
  • Support to purchase items survivors urgently need


Survival support – food and water for a family of four
$200 Community health worker salary for one month


Ten solar lamps to help prevent gender-based violence in the camps at night
$750 General support where it’s needed most
No overhead of any kind is taken out of donations – 100% go to GHESKIO in Haiti 

Thank you to our generous sponsors for earthquake relief

650,000 people still need relief assistance

2,000 people were killed in the earthquake

The state of emergency for the earthquake has been extended for another month as of September 17th, 2021.