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The Situation to date

After a devastating 7.2-magnitude earthquake hit south-western Haiti, “the level of destruction and desperation is becoming increasingly evident”, according to the United Nations, noting that the death toll has surged to nearly 2,000.

The UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said that as the official tally of deaths and destruction continues to grow, those injured have already surpass 9,900.

The UN Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said that Civil protection authorities are urging extreme vigilance on the part of affected people as the combination of heavy rains and possible aftershocks from the earthquake could bring down the cracked walls and roofs of damaged homes.

The Facts

The death toll has surged to nearly 2,000, with over 9,900 reported injured. At least 500,000 people need emergency assistance in the affected areas.

1.2 million affected 

UNICEF estimates that some 1.2 million people, including 540,000 children, have been affected by the earthquake and about half a million Haitian children have limited or no access to shelter, safe water, health care and nutrition.

The UN agency estimates that it will need $15 million to respond to the most urgent needs of at least 385,000 people, including 167,000 children under the age of five for a period of eight weeks. 

The Organisation for Human Rights Defence (OADO) believes it can make a difference by partnering with companies with altruistic values who can also help to provide a sustainable long-term solution; a model to uplift the country.

How the public can help

A music campaign led by a company called SYNCR, are offering a unique one-of-a-kind way to raise money.  Details to follow shorty.

Distribution of funds governance

All funds raised, including music sales and sponsoring monies will go directly to the “The Organisation for Human Rights Defence – Response Fund”, to purchase medical equipment supplies and food directly at cost, to be distributed to Haiti.

We are grateful to several organisations for providing us with their expertise and skills and the to the United Nations, as a partner who will provide their logistical expertise to navigate the supplies to the most hard-hit areas.

We would like to thank the following individuals & organisations:

RAE Water and Wastewaterdivision


Corporate Head office:

18075 Leslie Street, Unit 210 Newmarket, Ontario

Canada L3Y 9A4

T 905.235.9105 F 905.235.9150 E water company

Fantome Medical Corporation

8931 Conference Dr Fort Myers, FL 33919

Director: Denis Cani

Global Medical Ventures Limited

71-75 Shelton Street


Greater London


Directors: Daniel W. Brooks & Denis Cani medical supply company.

UN Ambassador Lord Orville Thomas

Lord Thomas currently sits on several boards, both national and international committees, private companies and charity organisations.



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