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Help These Haitians Build Back

Isn’t Hurricane Matthew old news?
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The following sponsored message from United Nations Development Programme has been sent to you via Mother Jones. We’re a nonprofit, and a majority of our budget comes from readers like you—but revenue from advertisers helps us run a stable business, maintain independence, and produce more of the hard-hitting journalism you expect from us.

Dear MoJo Reader,

Isn’t Hurricane Matthew old news?

Not for Haitians it isn’t.

And not for one anonymous donor, who has issued a challenge: a dollar-for-dollar match of up to $5,000 for all gifts made by December 31st to help the UN Development Programme empower Haitians to rebuild their country.

Haiti is still struggling to recover after the storm’s devastating hit in October. Despite the heartbreaking destruction, Haitians are working hard to rebuild smarter, taking their futures into their own hands, and inspiring us with stories of hope.

Where would your gift go?

Straight into the pockets of Haitians who are performing critical recovery work, rebuilding infrastructure and agriculture through our cash-for-work program, Soley Leve (Rising Sun).

Two days of paid work ($10) can repair one-meter of an irrigation canal, while 20 days of paid work ($100) can prepare farmland for planting. Thanks to our generous donor, your donation will be doubled, going the extra mile.

Here are some of the Haitians working to inspire and rebuild for the future: 

Barbara Calixte
UNDP Haiti
"Haitians believe, like I do, that we can take charge of our own future."

Moise Orna Ancheda
Resident of Dame-Marie
"We went out to look and saw a coconut tree crash into a house and roofs were zipping through the air."

Gilbert Jean
Mayor of Dame-Marie
"People need to be able to replant their land in corn, beans and legumes so that they can live from their own means, from what their own land produces, not aid."

Ana Celeste
"If there's a way for me to work to support my children, I would gladly do it. It’s about becoming something, it’s about something sustainable, a future for my children."

Maurice Léon
Resident of Jéramie
"When a country finds itself shaken there must be people who rise to their calling and make the country stand up again. And I am one of them, even though I’m 95-years-old"

Watch their stories

Please donate now and help us in this important effort.

Thank you,

UN Development Programme


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