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Conversations With America
Haiti in 2011: The Way Forward

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Special Coordinator Thomas Adams and President/CEO of InterAction Sam Worthington discussed the continued U.S. support to the Haitian Government and people in response to the January 2010 earthquake and the way forward in the coming year. Full Text»


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North Industrial Park in Haiti
Date: 01/11/2011 Description: Banner with Haitian seal; Great Seal of the United States; SAE-A Trading Co., Ltd. logo; IDB logo; and Haiti Interim Recovery Commission logo. - State Dept Image

Sae-A Trading Co. Ltd., the Government of Haiti, the U.S., and the Inter-American Development Bank signed an agreement to develop a 623-acre industrial park in northern Haiti. Fact Sheet»


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Fast Facts on U.S. Government's Work in Haiti»


HOW TO HELP: DONATIONS AND ASSISTANCE

Anyone wishing to donate or provide assistance in Haiti following the devastating earthquake should visit USAID’s Help for Haiti website, where there are hundreds of critical needs posted by nonprofits working in Haiti.

If you are able to donate large quantities of products, please visit www.aidmatrix.org/haiti and click in-kind donations to see a list of items needed by those organizations working in Haiti. You can receive further guidance by sending a message to helphaiti@state.gov, which will immediately send an auto-response providing detailed information on ways to respond. More information»

Citizens/Vendors
If you are a private party interested in providing services for pay to the U.S. Government, please visit FedBizOpps.gov.

Other Ways To Help
Contact the Clinton-Bush Haiti Fund-a joint fundraising effort for Haiti earthquake relief led by former Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush.



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