CARE has worked in Haiti since 1954, when it provided relief assistance after Hurricane Hazel. Today CARE's programming there reflects an integrated approach, with projects in HIV/AIDS, reproductive health, maternal and child health, education, food security, and water and sanitation. CARE works closely with local NGOs, private companies, community organizations and the Haitian government to build local capacity and achieve sustainable development.
Among the CARE staff preparing to aid Haiti are relief workers who just last year helped the country recover from a series of hurricanes.
Brian Feagans, email@example.com, 404-457-4644
Stephanie Libby, firstname.lastname@example.org, 404-979-9182
About CARE: Working side by side with poor people in 72 countries, CARE helps empower communities to address the greatest threats to their survival. Women are at the heart of CARE's efforts to improve health, education and economic development because experience shows that a woman's achievements yield dramatic benefits for her entire family. CARE is also committed to providing lifesaving assistance during times of crisis, and helping rebuild safer, stronger communities afterward.
Acting Director, Strategic Communications
151 Ellis Street
Atlanta, Ga 30303