Displaced Persons Camp

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Increasing Self-Sufficiency



Needing no outside help in satisfying one's basic needs, especially with regard to accessing food.

Hunger Relief International (HRI) serves children and families impacted by extreme poverty, natural disasters and civil conflicts, who lack food, water, education and/or sanitation by responding to crisis, building resilience and creating opportunities that will lead to self-sufficiency. Our vision is for a world where parents can care for their children independent of outside assistance, with dignity and pride.

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HRI Updates
Displaced Persons Camp

HRI visited an informal internally displaced persons camp located in downtown Port-au-Prince, Haiti. When we arrived to assess the situation, we discovered the deplorable living conditions of up to 3,000 displaced persons - mostly women, children, and the elderly.

September 12, 2022
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2021 Annual Report

Each day they step up, face the danger and risks so they can lend a hand up to the thousands of children and families constantly living on the edge of disaster! Click here to read our 2021 Annual Report. The complete 2021 Audit and 990 are currently underway.

August 2, 2022
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HRI Updates
Malnutrition on the Rise

In Haiti alone over 80,000 children have been diagnosed with severe malnutrition in 2021. Many could face death without immediate assistance.

November 17, 2021
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