Haiti: One year on
After the 2010 Haiti earthquake, we provided emergency shelter for 300 extra children, who have no parental care, in our SOS families and temporary shelters. We reunited 165 of those children with their families. We also helped families in the community. In 16 feeding centres we provide daily meals to 14,000 children and their families. Furthermore, the SOS School in our Santo Village provides an extra 400 children with an education. We have planned a comprehensive reconstruction programme which will last up to 12 years.
An update on the SOS Emergency Relief Programme in Haiti from one year on
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