This is a guide to all things at the intersection of Haiti, Singapore and social change. Feel free to edit if you’d like to improve it!


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International Projects

Ushahidi is a free and open source project that allows anyone to gather distributed data via SMS, email or web and visualize it on a map or timeline. They have a Haiti page.

The Yele Haiti Earthkeepers Collection is a collaboration by Timberland and Yéle Haiti - a grassroots movement that builds global awareness for Haiti while transforming the country through educational, cultural and environmental programs. Timberland makes a donation to the organization for every pair of Earthkeepers Yéle Haiti boots and Yéle Haiti t-shirts that they sell in stores.

BrandHaiti was founded as a campaign to create a meaningful "Made in Haiti" brand, as iconic as "I <3 NY" or "Got Milk?" – but with the goal of helping Haitian businesses grow. They do this by linking U.S. college students, Haitian entrepreneurs, NGOs, and major U.S. brands.

Relief 2.0 is an organic movement of multidisciplinary volunteers and partner organizations from around the world working together to promote efficient disaster response and sustainable disaster recovery through the active engagement of local stakeholders. We work with survivors in Haiti and Japan

Key Projects

CityCare mobilized its first relief aid team - 2 doctors, 3 nurses and 3 disaster-relief workers - on 17 January, transiting into Dominican Republic from the United States, and then entering into Haiti via a 10-hour overland route from Santo Domingo, capital of the Dominican Republic. The team set up a temporary medical post outside a church in Carrefour, a suburb 5km away from the city centre of the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince.

GIVE.SG lists several initiatives to raise funds for the Haiti earthquake.

The Brownie Factory organised a vegan bake sale to raise funds for Amurt Haiti, an NGO that is dedicated to assisting children who were affected by the earthquake.

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