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The Children's Villages in Santo, near Port-au-Prince and Cap Haitien are home to children from Haiti who face some of the poorest conditions in the world. SOS Children's Villages has been working here since 1982 and has also provided aid during natural disasters occurring in Haiti … more about our charity work in Haiti

SuperLullabies to the rescue!

Super Lullabies Haiti

The Love Comes Foundation (http://www.thelovecomes.org/) want to play a part in relieving this suffering in HAiti with a special version of their  aid project, SuperNanas.

The British singer-songwriter Ed Harcourt has composed “Isabel”, a special lullaby for SOS Children's emergency relief action, and the Swedish artistes Logh and Gaby & The Guns have also made a selfless contribution by granting the rights to their songs (“Off The Ground” and “En på miljonen”, respectively). In return for these new SuperLullabies which will go on saving more lives, supporters are asked for a minimum donation of £3, €3.5 or $5. You’ll find a link on www.supernanas.org/haiti where you can make your donation to SOS Children's Villages and then download the songs, and enjoy!   The Love Comes Foundation

In Haiti, SOS Children has two Villages that were badly hit by the earthquake. Their work of protecting disadvantaged children, and giving them a roof and an education so that they can fend for themselves, must go on in Haiti. And to do that, they need all your help.

Ed Harcourt is one of the most respected musicians in Britain. Apart from a solid solo career, he has collaborated with artistes such as Jamie Cullum, Erik Truffaz, and Ron Sexsmith, he has composed songs for Paloma Faith, Josephine Oniyama, Lucinda Belle and Julian Perretta, and he has also been commissioned for the film scores of Severance and S. Darko (second part of the acclaimed Donnie Darko). Logh and Gaby & The Guns are two underground formations of the Swedish indie rock scene with several discs to their credit that have been very well received by the specialists in a number of countries, including UK.

Haiti boyVisit SuperLullabies for Haiti to download these songs and help the children of Haiti!