To date, more than $30 million worth of AmeriCares aid has been delivered to help Haitian earthquake survivors.
Americares has sent medicine, medical supplies and helped support health care facilities throughout Haiti.
Samaritan's Purse is also providing thousands of families with emergency shelter materials until homes can be repaired or rebuilt. At least 2,000 families who were homeless are now living in shelters built by the organization.
Samaritan's Purse is currently coordinating the construction of 10,000 temporary shelters near Port-au-Prince.
Operation Blessing International, the seventh largest international charity, is working on several projects to help the earthquake victims. The organization is working on providing clean water in hospitals, setting up sustainable fish farms and providing school-aged children with anti-parasite medication.
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The mission of Action Against Hunger is to save lives by eliminating hunger through the prevention, detection and treatment of malnutrition, especially during and after emergency situations of conflict, war and natural disaster. Click here to learn more about what Action Against Hunger is doing in Haiti and find out how to help.
Save the Children has been working in Haiti since 1985. To date, they've reached 682,000 Haitians.
Habitat for Humanity is addressing shelter solutions for low-income families affected by the earthquake. The group helped 50,000 families rebuild after the earthquake. Immediately after the earthquake, they distributed shelter kits to help families make immediate repairs or build temporary shelter, typically at the site where their homes were located.
Habitat for Humanity has been operating in Haiti for 26 years. Their office was destroyed in the disaster. They have since rebuilt the office and are now fully operational again. Click here to learn more and donate to Habitat for Humanity's effort.
Oxfam has provided water, latrines, plastic sheeting, and relief materials -- as well as cash payments for work -- to people who have gathered in temporary camps both within the city and in hard-hit outlying areas.
Teams from the International Medical Corps have been working with hospital administration in Haiti to provide medical care to Haitians. Thirteen teams have been working in 15 sites around Port-au-Prince to help the Haitian people lay the groundwork for long-term recovery.
The International Rescue Committee deployed its Emergency Response Team to Haiti to deliver help to the devastated city of Port-au-Prince. By the end of Juine, the organization had registered 2,280 separated children and reunited at least 390 children with relatives.