join our quest to enable the businesses of Tohoku to re-open and kickstart the local economy

Team Work Universal Humanity Interview with surviving business owner... Kanyama... Noboyuki, surviving dentist who lost his wife... Noboyuki, re-opens, honoring his wife... Musical hope... Relief 2.0 in action... Bringing certainty to an uncertain future...

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...)

Relief 2.0 - Japan Art Festival

All for one

I'm currently planning a project to bring art from the artists living in the affected areas in Japan to different parts of the world like NYC, Boston, Singapore, Taiwan and Mexico to help them sell their art and create awareness for the Relief 2.0 movement. One of the goals of this Art Festival is to change mindsets from donation based to one of conscious buying, which would give dignity to survivors who work and earn their own money and benefiting the economy in the disaster areas. I believe that this will accelerate the recovery process.

WonderPot: Charging Electronic Devices while Cooking

From Japan, in response to the limited access to electricity conditions endured after the earthquake and tsunami, comes WonderPot, an amazing pot that will charge your mobile phone and other electronic devices while you boil water or cook a delicious meal. Plus, the potential to partner and turn this solution into a profitable social business model.

Skype Video Conversations with Cesar Chavez Preparatory School about Radiation

Cesar Chaves Public Charter Schools for Public Policy logo

As part of our efforts to connect youth and kids around the world and to create awareness among them about the actual issues that affect us at a local and global level, Relief 2.0 is having two video conversations via Skype with 6th grade students at César Chavez Preparatory School (better known as Chavez Prep) in Washington, DC.

Kids of Japan send wishes of hope and sing for the Kids of Haiti

Japanese kids from Fukuoka, Kyushu, Japan sing for the children and youth of Haiti on a special video prepared for and presented at TEDxYouth@PortauPrince, November 20, 2011. Travailler ensemble!

Muci Solidarity Kitchens

The Kitchens of Solidarity Muci is a Program of the Association Muci of Volunteers AVM to feed and educate the streets kids of Port-au-Prince and Haïti.

Problem Addressed

For the mothers and fathers, the poor and the children, the most important problem is feeding everyone.

The children are the first victims of malnutrition. A child underfed is more inclined to suffer from diseases and cannot study. Two children or more out of a hundred die of malnutrition, we must avoid that.

November 19-21, 2011 Mission to Haiti Report

Lalue, Port-au-Prince, kids send a message to Japan! With them Carlos Miranda Le

This mission was different than others. Our local partners informed us well in advance that they were all pretty busy the weekend of Fri. Nov. 18 - Sun. Nov. 20, but we decided to come anyway and fulfill the commitment of Port-au-Prince participating in the global celebration of TEDxYouth day. So we cleared with our local partners our intention to go forward and host a more modest event with other common friends and moved forward with the plan.

Date(s): 
Sat, 11/19/2011 to Mon, 11/21/2011

November 19-21, 2011 Mission to Haiti Report - Financial Details

As indicated in the main report, without the support of our usual local partners, our budget was higher for this mission than for previous longer missions as we had to cover our lodging and transportation expenses this time (local partners usually provide a place to stay, food and transportation for our volunteer teams). Here are the specific details, expenses and receipts of the mission.

Date(s): 
Tue, 11/29/2011

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