Haiti Quake Response
After addressing the most immediate needs in Port au Prince after the January 2010 earthquake, Catholic Relief Services initiated projects to develop rural economic opportunities for small-scale farming families and reduce the pressure to migrate to the already stressed capital in search of a better living.
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A Church for the Future in Haiti
Before and after the devastating quake destroyed much of the capital city, one thing has been constant in Haitian life: the Catholic Church. Learn more.
Achievements in Haiti
Thanks to your support, in the 3 years since the January 2010 earthquake, Catholic Relief Services has helped put Haitians back on track.
- Shelter: CRS constructed more than 10,500 transitional shelters.
- Camp Closures: CRS successfully closed four camps, resettling all of the families.
- Employment: CRS created short-term employment for more than 11,000 people.
Read more about what your support has allowed us to accomplish in Haiti.
CRS Spending in Haiti
As of November 30, 2012
Haiti: Getting Back to Business
Three years after the catastrophic earthquake, CRS' partnership with Outreach to Haiti is still going strong. Read more.