Food insecurity, lack of access to proper health care services and clean drinking water have exacerbated the situation in this natural disaster-prone region. Since 2008 Zakat Foundation has been in the region and increased its relief efforts following the earthquake that shocked Haiti in 2010. Zakat Foundation is committed to helping the people of Haiti and providing food security programs on a daily basis.
Mr. Murat Kose awarded for mobilizing a team of volunteers into field. NCVOAD hosted a meeting to honor their candidates and Mr. Kose. He received a plaque on behalf of his work with Zakat Foundation of America.
Zakat Foundation of America representatives in Haiti are distributing bleach tablets that can slow the spread of cholera, a dangerous water-borne disease.
Rebuilding Haiti From The Ground Up. ZF began helping the Haiti Farm Cooperative, which is located in the town of Thomonde in the Central Plateau area...
For 9-year-old Angelor, who lives with her mom and 3 siblings, a lot is at stake when facing the dangerous route to find food. Without enough food to eat they make the dangerous trek to sustain themselves at the Lamanjay Food program funded by Zakat Foundation.
Madame Rosie’s cooking is what 11-year-old Mercier has looked forward to these past 3 years. It gives her hope to know that people across the world ensure she is fed. She wishes someday to pay if forward for other needy families.
Sylien, a 14 year old orphaned boy, has been living in the streets these past 5 years after his parents passed. He visits the Lamanjay Food program daily despite the civil unrest and dangers around him. He shares his gratitude to the donors for making it possible.
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In 2022, 91¢ from each dollar donated went directly toward programs serving those in need. 4¢ went to administrative costs & 5¢ went to fundraising costs.