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Haiti earthquake: photos and videos

  Building Homes and Hope in Haiti: Two Years into the Recovery
Habitat’s two-year video provides an overview of our recovery program and its impact on the people of Haiti.
  Rebuilding Haiti: Two years later [slideshow]
Thousands of families have been helped through Habitat’s disaster response. Learn how you can help.
  Images from Haiti
Scenes of destruction following the 7.0 magnitude earthquake that struck Haiti on January 12, 2010.
  Emergency shelter kit assembly
Habitat shipped nearly 10,000 emergency shelter kits to Haiti to help make immediate basic home repairs and construct temporary shelter. The kits were assembled in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic and McDonough, Georgia, United States.
  More emergency shelter kits for Haiti
Habitat for Humanity is sending more than 21,000 emergency shelter kits— each packed with tarps and tools— to aid Haiti earthquake victims in making basic home repairs and to construct temporary shelter as the country’s heavy rain season approaches.
  Emergency shelter kit distribution in Haiti
Thousands of emergency shelter kits were distributed in Haiti in June.

Help Haiti continue to rebuild.

The Jan. 12, 2010, earthquake damaged nearly 190,000 houses in Haiti, of which 105,000 were completely destroyed. Of the more than 2 million affected survivors, an estimated 85,432 individuals are still homeless today.

Although Habitat for Humanity reached our disaster recovery program goal of helping 50,000 disaster-affected families, many more families are still desperately in need of support. We depend on the funds we raise for our rebuilding and long-term community development work and on how quickly those funds are available.

Please help Habitat in the days, months and years to come. We are committed to Haiti for the long term but need your support, so please make a tax-deductible donation today.