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  • Title: Welcome To Haven - Haven
    Descriptive info: .. Jump to main content.. Home.. About Us.. News.. Events.. Blog.. Careers.. Haven UK.. Haven US.. Volunteers' Login.. Donate.. Why Haiti?.. What We Do.. Get Involved.. Volunteer Programme 2014!.. Make a real difference.. Volunteer with Irish Charity Haven in Haiti from the 18th - 24th of April 2014.. Click here read more.. Our Work in Haiti.. Haven is building homes and sustainbale communities in Haiti and provides ongoing livelihoods training, health and sanitation workshops and income generation programmes.. Find out more about our work in Haiti and read stories from the field here.. Click here to learn more.. Help Haiti Today.. Your donation will help provide shelter and assistance for thousands of people who are still without homes following the devastating earthquake of January 2010.. Haven is working on the ground to help build sustainable communities.. Help us Today.. Welcome To Haven..  ...   on a number of programmes throughout the year, ranging from health promotion, education, employment and training and the provision of permanent and transitional shelter.. Read More.. Haiti Week.. Haiti Week is back, and this year it is guaranteed to be bigger and better than ever before.. Nine events will take place across Ireland to raise much needed funds for Haven's work in Haiti.. Fundraising Events.. Haven has fundraising events and activities running throughout the year.. We are always looking for people to get involved or if you want to run your own we have all the information for you!.. Site Map.. Privacy Policy.. Terms of Use.. Accessibility.. The Haven Partnership.. The Malthouse, South Block, Grand Canal Quay, Dublin 2.. Telephone: 00353 1 681 5440.. Email:.. info@havenpartnership.. com.. Haven is a registered charity: CHY 18494.. Find us on.. Haven 2011 |.. Powered by Rangefar..

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  • Title: About Us - Haven
    Descriptive info: Home.. Print Page.. Mission.. How we are Governed.. Contact Us.. History.. The Haven Team.. Haven's Strategy.. About Haven.. Haven is an Irish NGO working to build sustainable communities in Haiti.. Haven is working solely in Haiti to facilitate the provision of adequate water sanitation, shelter and training and education solutions for vulnerable Haitians.. Haven works in partnership with project participants and the Government of Haiti and includes community development at the core of all its work.. Launched in January 2009, Haven quickly moved from a house building charity to one providing emergency relief in the aftermath of the earthquake that took place in Haiti one year after its launch.. This catastrophic event has shaped the Haven that exists today and the ongoing turmoil experienced by Haiti encourages Haven to regularly review activities, continually ensuring all efforts are focused and ultimately benefit the most vulnerable in Haiti.. Haven currently employs expatriate and local staff members who are  ...   response in January 2010, Haven became the second largest provider of latrines in camps in Port-au-Prince, directly impacting 88,000 people.. In each of these camps Haven s Community Development Workers and Hygiene Promotion Team delivered workshops on hygiene standards.. Hygiene kits containing basic cleaning materials were also distributed in these camps.. The Hygiene Team also trained 86 Community Mobilisers to motivate the community within the camps to maintain the facilities provided.. Shelter.. To date Haven has constructed, repaired and upgraded 2329 houses and shelters.. Haven is seeking to engage more in construction training in Haiti in order to build the capacity of the Haitian workforce.. Training and Education.. To date Haven has trained nearly 63,500 people in Hygiene Promotion and 733 in Construction.. Workshops have been held in many areas including Gender, Domestic Violence and Self- Esteem, HIV/AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Democracy, Leadership and Conflict Resolution.. These workshops trained nearly 3,000 people.. Back to top..

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  • Title: Latest News - Haven
    Descriptive info: Latest News.. Press Releases.. Newsletters.. Annual Reports.. Haven Volunteers with Directly with Community of Ile á Vache.. Haven Volunteers from Ireland and America are currently in Haiti working with the community of Madam Bernards on the small island of Ile á Vache, south of the Haitian mainland.. For daily accounts of the work that the volunteers are doing on the island.. click here.. Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project Pictures.. The photographs from the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project are now live.. They can be viewed on the Haven Facebook page or on the Haven Flickr page.. Please follow the links below.. Facebook.. Flickr.. Haven Volunteers Return from the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project, November 2012.. Haven volunteers have returned to Ireland after spending the last week working with Habitat for Humanity volunteers in Léogâne, Haiti.. Léogâne was the epicentre of the 2010 earthquake and it was reported that the damage in the area was even more extensive than that in Port au Prince.. Over 80% of the buildings in Léogâne were destroyed as a result of the January 2010 earthquake.. 96 Haven volunteers with over 500 American and Canadian volunteers built 100 houses in the short week.. Battling with extreme temperatures and exhaustion the volunteers pulled through and completed the houses with precision and commitment.. Haven are extremely proud of the all the volunteers who travelled to Haiti with us and would like to also extend out thanks to all those who helped the volunteers fundraise to travel to Haiti to make such an impact on the lives of the people of Léogâne.. Thank you to all involved.. From, The Haven Team.. Paul O'Connell Becomes New Haven Ambassador.. At this year's Annual Rugby Luncheon, Founder and Chairman of Haven Leslie Buckley, was delighted to announce that Paul O'Connell was to come on board as Haven's new Ambassador.. Paul will assist Haven in raising awareness of Haiti and the ongoing work in the ravaged country.. Also at the event were Conor O'Shea who was awarded with the Outstanding Contribution to Rugby Award and George Hook.. Build It Week November  ...   Hurricane Sandy.. We can confirm that Haven s personnel are currently safe and are awaiting confirmation that the thousands of citizens of Haiti, housed in the homes that have been constructed by Haven s volunteers, have not been impacted in terms of loss of life or injury arising out of the tragic course of the hurricane.. ".. Isaac Passes Over Haiti.. Further turmoil was created in Haiti with the arrival of Hurricane Isaac on Friday night, August 24th, reaching its peak at approximately 3am.. For more information on the impact in Haiti please.. Final Build It Week Announced.. Haven has announced that the final Build It Week will take place this November, departing on Friday 23rd and returning on Sunday, December 2nd.. To date Haven has brought over 1,200 volunteers to Haiti to help build homes but as part of it's long-term strategic plan, Haven will not longer be bringing volunteers to Haiti to partake in this, and is focusing long-term on training, water sanitation and shelter.. For more information on the final Build It Week, please.. Adult Literacy Programme.. An adult literacy programme, with the support of Haven volunteers and the Haitian Ministry of Education, recently commenced in Gonaïves.. The programme provides basic literacy training for approximately 100 adults in the community.. Read.. Elve's Story here,.. who is a student on the programme.. New Community School Opens.. The community of Gonaïves is going from strength to strength.. Thanks to the hard work of Haven s Community Development Team, and the Haitian Ministry of Education, a new community school opened its doors in November.. Local children can now be educated in their own community as opposed to walking for a number of hours on a daily basis to reach what was previousy the closest school.. Demezier's Story here.. , who is a student in the school.. US Volunteers to Join BIW.. We are looking for volunteers from the US to join our Build It Week this November and work alongside the Irish volunteers and local beneficiaries.. The trip departs on November 23rd.. For more information on travelling from the US, please..

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  • Title: Events - Haven
    Descriptive info: Past Events.. FACES of Cork.. Dock Dip July 2013.. Annual Cork Lunch September 2013.. Cross Country Cycle Challenge October 2013.. Events 2013.. Haven runs a variety of fundraising events throughout the year including the annual Hugs for Haiti Nationwide Bucket Collection, Haiti Ball, The Dock Dip, The Rugby Lunch and many many more.. If you are interested in hosting an event for Haven  ...   her at bo.. mulligan@havenpartnership.. Upcoming events include:.. July:.. The Dock Dip.. Friday 20th September:.. Cork Lunch.. October:.. Cross Country Cycle Challenge.. More events to be announced.. If you would like to run your own event for Haven please contact the Haven Office on +353 1 681 5440 or email info@havenpartnership.. Dock Dip 2013.. From: 12 July 2013 at 9.. 00.. Venue: Grand Canal Dock..

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  • Title: Blog - Haven
    Descriptive info: November 2012.. March 2013.. May 2013.. Note from Alice O'Regan, Ile á Vache May 2013 Volunteer Coordinator.. Posted on.. Wednesday, June 05, 2013.. Thank you to all our volunteers who joined us for a memorable week in Ile a Vache.. The work done in the community of Madam Bernard’s exceeded all expectations.. It was an amazing week and I feel that all our Irish and US volunteers really got to know the people of Ile a Vache throughout the week.. Read Full Post.. Jonathan's Story: Day 6.. Friday, May 31, 2013.. I met Dou Dou this morning, captain of the local football team that goes by the name of Galaxie.. We gave him a set of jerseys from St Jude’s GAA club in Templeogue, Dublin.. The whole team togged out for a photo.. Jonathan's Story: Day 5.. Thursday, May 30, 2013.. Spent the morning shoveling gravel in the orphanage.. We are trying to make all areas in the compound wheelchair accessible.. Jonathan's Story: Day 4.. Wednesday, May 29, 2013.. Today was another great work day.. We suffered several injuries but nothing serious.. GUEST BLOG: Hugh Murnaghan (Haven Volunteer).. Tuesday, May 28, 2013.. It’s Monday, the sun was splitting the stones and I cannot get a “99” for love nor money.. Jonathan's Story: Day 3.. We awoke at 5am to a tropical storm.. I have never heard anything like it.. Spectacular and frightening and absolutely fabulous.. Jonathan's Story: Day 2.. Monday, May 27, 2013.. Today was a day of digging, trenches, playgrounds and a new path.. By 10.. 30am the temperature had hit 30C and every worker looked out on their feet.. Working with many enthusiastic locals means we are flying through the work.. Jonathan's Story: Day 1.. Sunday, May 26, 2013.. Landing in Port au Prince airport, and bussing through the capital, was an experience.. The scene was somewhere between mayhem and organised chaos.. Interview with Alice O'Regan.. Tuesday, March 26, 2013.. Alice O'Regan, Haven's Volunteer Coordinator answers questions about Haven's Volunteer Programme.. GUEST BLOG: Mark Keogh (Haven Volunteer).. Tuesday, December 11, 2012.. When I was asked to write a blog about my experience with Haven  ...   children this week.. From across the fence, they call our names with big smiles giving us the thumbs up and high-fives! We have thought the children the song "Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes".. Ciamhie's Story: Hurricane Clips and Mama Haiti.. Wednesday, November 28, 2012.. What a crazy 3 days it's been! We arrived on site on Sunday morning ready to get stuck in and ready to work! We were introduced to our team (or family!) for the week made up of 3 Haven volunteers and 8 Habitat for Humanity volunteers, 2 of which are also Irish.. We got our instructions and off we went!.. GUEST BLOG: James Codd (Haven Volunteer).. Tuesday, November 27, 2012.. For most the above title will not invoke any emotional response and I have to admit that just over 27 months ago I was oblivious too.. Ciamhie's Story: And We've Arrived.. Sunday, November 25, 2012.. What an interesting two days it's been! We arrived at Dublin Airport at 8am Friday morning a bag of nerves and excitement! Recognising some familiar faces from last year's trip but delighted to see many new additions.. Haven ambassador Paul O'Connel added to the excitement by greeting us all in the departure lounge and wishing us luck, joined by Haven veteran George Hook.. With all our photos taken (You know everyone wanted their photo taken with the two Irish Legends!) we headed off through security and US customs on our first leg of our two day travel to reach our destination.. First stop - New York where we would spend a few quick hours and grab some much needed rest before our second leg from JFK to Port Au Prince, Haiti.. Ciamhie's Story: 2 days to go.. Saturday, November 24, 2012.. 2 days to go.. Just a little taster from my Build it Week trip in 2011! We hope to keep you updated on a daily basis from Haiti next week so please stay tuned.. only 2 days left before we go!.. Welcome to Haven's new blog.. Friday, November 23, 2012.. This blog will allow us the opportunity to keep you up to date with all things Haven!..

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  • Title: Job Vacancies - Haven
    Descriptive info: Job Vacancies.. Thank you for your interest in working for Haven.. Please.. click here to access current Haven Vacancies..

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  • Title: Haven UK
    Descriptive info: Donate Today.. Find an Event.. About Haven UK.. Haven UK, Charity number 1139418, was entered in the Register of Charities in the UK on 21.. st.. December 2010 with the aim of assisting with the expansion of its programme of activities and services in Haiti.. It is recognised that through the involvement of donors  ...   to those who are in desperate need in Haiti.. Futher Information.. If you would like any further information on Haven UK and how you can help please email.. If you would like to make a donation to Haven UK please.. C/O nijobs.. com, 239 Lisburn Road, Belfast, BT9 7EN.. Telephone: 00 353 (0)1 8615 440..

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  • Title: Haven US - Haven US
    Descriptive info: Haven US Volunteer Programme.. Donate Today.. Find a Volunteer.. About Haven US.. Haven US is a non profit 501 (c) 3 organization which set up in the United States in 2011, after 3 years in operation in Ireland and Haiti, with the aim of assisting with the expansion of its programme of activities and services in Haiti.. It is recognised that through the involvement of.. American volunteers.. and donors, Haven can provide further shelter and community programmes to those who are in  ...   to Haiti for Haven's Volunteer Programme, April 2014.. Volunteers will restore communities destroyed by Hurrican Sandy.. For more information please click.. here.. Further Information.. If you would like any further information on Haven US please contact Sarah Fitzpatrick on.. Email.. or Tel: 917.. 561.. 8044.. If you would like to make a donation to Haven US please select the button below:.. To Read Haven's Policy on Privacy Refunds please.. (pdf).. 575 Fifth Avenue, 29th Floor, New York, NY 10017.. Telephone: 917.. 8044..

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  • Title: Why Haiti? - Haven
    Descriptive info: why haiti?.. Haiti Factsheet.. History of Haiti.. Map of Haiti.. Hurricane Isaac.. Haiti is the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere.. For years it has suffered through political turmoil, international sanctions and civic and social unrest.. It is also regularly battered through environmental factors, particularly hurricanes, that have cost many lives and widespread damage.. These conditions, as witnessed by Haven founder Leslie Buckley while visiting Haiti for business purposes nearly 10 years ago, shocked and appalled him so much so that he founded Haven.. Leslie, and his wife Carmel, now spend a considerable amount of time supporting and initiating programmes that are helping build sustainable communities and providing training and employment opportunities for local people.. In Leslie s own words:.. What I witnessed in Haiti changed my outlook in life.. I was originally there for business reasons and,  ...   earthquake that hit the small country on January 12th 2010, and catapulted the horrific conditions to the wider world.. Over 120,000 people were killed and 1.. 2 million were made homeless.. Haven s work in Haiti immediately switched to emergency relief, work that is continuing to this day.. Over two years after the earthquake there are still nearly 600,000 people living in IDP camps with limited basic facilities.. Opportunities are rare.. Unemployment is rampant and there are nearly a million children under 18 who have never been to school.. The cholera epidemic that killed a further 6,000 people highlighted the lack of basic hygiene and sanitation facilities and is still posing a problem for thousands of people.. There is a lot of work to be done in this small, struggling country.. So, in a nutshell, that is why Haiti..

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  • Title: What We Do - Haven
    Descriptive info: what we do.. Disaster Relief and Recovery.. Water and Sanitation (WASH).. Community Development.. Livelihoods.. Stories from the Field.. Haven is an Irish NGO working solely in Haiti to help build sustainable communities.. We do this by focusing our time and resources on three key areas of development.. Training and Education.. THaven also provides the following:..

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