Gallery: VIDEO: Architecture for Humanity is Helping Haiti Rebuild


Architecture for Humanity is network of over 40,000 design professionals around the world who donate their services to helping to improve lives of people in need. Every year they build buildings and create infrastructure for tens of thousands of people who can’t afford the assistance of a designer. This year the organization is lending their hand to reconstructing earthquake ravaged Haiti in the safest way possible. With courses for Haitian professionals, assistance in building schools and a manual for how to rebuild in a disaster-proof way, Architecture for Humanity is helping Haitians — and people around the world — learn how to construct for the future.

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  1. me2ford February 6, 2012 at 7:25 pm

    I am a second year student of International Development at the University of Waterloo, and this is exactly the kind of work I hope to be doing when I am done my degree!

  2. Coach Jennifer June 21, 2010 at 4:04 pm

    I think it is awesome that you are helping rebuild Haiti. I am running the Million Mothers for Haiti and the American Hospital for Haiti projects and would love to talk to you about working together. Please contact me at (775) 830 8691-Jennifer

  3. greenrainbow June 21, 2010 at 12:02 pm

    Wow. What a wonderful way to use the great design minds around the world. Kudos to Architecture for Humanity for helping Haiti to rebuild safely.

  4. Rebecca Paul June 21, 2010 at 11:51 am

    We need more organizations like this. Experts who are willing to use their skills for people in need should be something we are all striving to do.

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