Welcome to HaitiEngineering.org

 

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Please help us, to help the people of Haiti, by making a monetary donation to Haiti Engineering, donate your skills by helping us with one of our projects or help us fund raise. The choice is yours in helping to bring about a brighter future for the people of Haiti.

 

Haiti Engineering is a certified 501c3 non profit organization. Your donations to Haiti Engineering are tax deductible.

 

 

 

 

Haiti Engineering is working with the Roman Catholic Church of Haiti in rebuilding the Saint Rose de Lima Church in Leogane Haiti.  Click on picture below for a short video.

 

 

 

Haiti Engineering is working with the Samuel Dalembert foundation to build a community center in Haiti. Please click on graphic below to read more.

 

 

The "18 HOLES FOR HAITI GOLF TOURNAMENT" was a great success! Click on Image below for pictures and sponsors page !

 

 

 

STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING STUDENTS FOR HAITI (SESH)

 

Haiti Engineering traveled to Haiti with college students from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo’s school of Engineering, in a collaborative effort to assist the people of Haiti. Structural Engineering Students for Haiti (SESH) is a team of students from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo with an educational emphasis in structural design. Please read more about their efforts by clicking on the image below and help support their efforts.

 

We will be traveling again this August with the SESH group to build a small dwelling in Leogane for a disadvantaged earthquake victim. Read More at the SESH website.

 

For Information on the "Radios for Haiti Project" please click on the picture below.

 

 

Social Networking

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Please visit our Blog page by clicking on the image below.

                                             

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On the Horizon

01.25.14

“We’ve been asked if the lessons learned in creating HE can be applied to other areas around the world that may face similar challenges due to natural disasters and would HE be willing to help in other parts of the world? The answer to both questions is yes. If we continue to find dedicated professionals willing to help, then expanding our efforts beyond Haiti would be a natural progression. HE’s logo says “ It’s one world, Let’s build it together!” -  how true a statement if we go beyond Haiti’s borders, and what a legacy to the 300,000 plus that have died in Haiti from the January 2010 earthquake, than an engineering nonprofit organization dedicated to responding to disasters worldwide.”