Sustainable Recovery in Haiti Panel

Join a select group of key stakeholders this Saturday Jan 12 on the third anniversary of the earthquake as we look back and forward to the future. A joint effort of Relief 2.0, Stanford University and ESIH. (more...)

Road to the Future Photo Exhibit

A visual journey through the impact of the earthquakes that hit Haiti in January 2010 and Japan on March 2011, the joint response and sustainable recovery efforts. (more...)

Journey of the X

Bicycle ride from Santo Domingo to Port-au-Prince, New York and Boston. Bringing together the TEDx communities on these cities and raising awareness on the challenges and opportunities of innovation and collaboration. (more...)

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Typhoon Haiyan

Our friends from Fuel Relief Fund is announcing a response to Tacloban, capitol city of the Philippine province Leyte. Fuel Relief Fund will be providing gas and diesel to aid individuals, other non-profit organizations, clinics, medical groups, etc. for use in generators and vehicles. (http://fuelrelieffund.org/)

Summary Resilience Assessment for Port-au-Prince*

Port-au-Prince is a particularly vulnerable city, located in the path of frequent hurricanes, with common tropical storms, an active rainy season and a high population density with limited access to drinking water, sanitation services, sewage and health facilities. In addition it is near the edge of the Caribbean plate, on the Gonâve microplate right above the Enriquillo–Plantain Garden fault zone.

Building a Draft Sustainable Development Strategy for Jimaní

Jimaní is a 12,000 people city by the Dominican Republic - Haiti border. Active human and goods transportation traffic goes through it daily and a significant part of its economy is linked to the bi-national market that operates twice a week when the border is fully opened and there is free crossing among the countries, mostly used for trade.

Disruption for social good -- Disaster Relief

In many disasters, millions of dollars are donated to support relief effort. The governments pledge millions and as a result, so you would expect supplies to be plenty and survivor to have what they need right? After going to various disasters days after it happened, I've seen that whatever which was reported was very different from the scene.

Relief 2.0 -- Tohoku: Road to the Future - San Diego

After Rosarito Art Festival, Tohoku: Road to the future goes to San Diego.

There will be a talk on the progress of the Japan Tsunami recovery as well as art and photos showing the contrast of Ishinomaki; 10 days and 1 year after the Tsunami.

Some fundraising and auction will also be held to sell donated art and photos for Oklahoma.

Please come by and support.

La Onda Arte Latino
2690 Historic Decatur Road, Barracks 19, Studio 101
San Diego CA

Date: 29 May, 2013
Time: 5pm - 9pm

Guava Juice for Quick Recovery of Dengue Fever and other related illness

Up all night during Space Apps Challenge in Port-au-Prince, I got bit by plenty of mosquitoes this weekend. Then, after 8 hours in air-conditioned bus, I fell ill with fever and bone pain...

Boston Strong

Anyone free to help out in a project?

Boston Marathon is something very personal to me, it is in the city that I lived in for years, and I have many friends and family there. I've been to many Boston Marathons and met many amazing people.

I would like to collect positive stories from victims, witnesses or just heroes.

Anyone free to do me a very big favor to walk down Boylston Street to chat with the people there?

I want to collect stories to write an e-book to raise more funds for survivors. I need photos, videos, interviews or whatever you can help get.

Relief 2.0 -- Tohoku: Road to the Future Global Show

 

Relief 2.0

 

Standing Strong

 

Relief 2.0 -- Tohoku: Road to the Future Global Art and Photo Exhibition will resume in May 2013 and it will be bigger and better than ever!

If you are interested in learning sustainable ways of disaster relief and recovery, Relief 2.0 team can run the exhibtion in the city near you.

This show as several parts:

1) Photo Exhibition.

Valentine's Day Solidarity for Haiti and Japan in Creole and Japanese

As part of our Markets of Hope initiative to support the recovery of disaster affected communities through commercial and shared profit initiatives, we will announce this Friday a collection of products with candid love messages on Haitian Creole, Japanese, English and Spanish.

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