Clinton Bush Haiti Fund
Members of coffee cooperative COOPCAB continue business through loans from Root Capital, who supports small to medium-sized agricultural enterprises in Haiti. (Photo: R. Smith)
A woman practices rescue breathing at a hospital in Port-Au-Prince as part of the emergency care training program supported by the International Medical Corps. (Photo: R. Smith)
Children from the camp play and perform cartwheels during the afternoon. Through its service, training and research, GHESKIO aims to serve as a national model in improving the public health care of Haiti. (Photo: R. Smith)
Workers resume construction on 130-room Oasis Hotel in Port-Au-Prince. The earthquake halted progress on the Haitian-owned hotel, but an investment from the Clinton Bush Haiti continued the project, signaling a new dawn for Haiti's business economy. (Photo: R. Smith)
Ateliers sew garments at the INDEPCO headquarters in Port-Au-Prince. INDEPCO is a network of Haitian micro-entrepreneurs, with over 7,000 workers in 32 cities. The Clinton Bush Haiti Fund provided a grant to INDEPCO to rebuild workshops, resume production, and expand business. (Photo: R. Smith)
A construction worker on the site of an Architecture For Humanity (AFH) project in Port-Au-Prince. AFH brings design and engineering skills to reconstruction firms in Haiti. (Photo: R. Smith)
Development + Recovery
The Clinton Bush Haiti Fund (CBHF) provides investment to foster a diversified and competitive Haitian economy, leverage the nation’s entrepreneurial spirit, and enable people, communities and businesses to thrive and prosper.
SOW partnered with CBHF in early 2011 to produce multimedia work that would show the individuals impacted by 10 of CBHF partnerships. SOW delivered videos and a comprehensive photography portfolio that highlighted the work of:
- Architecture for Humanity
- Root Capital
- International Medical Corps
- Oasis Hotel
- Youth Build
- BrandAid + Fairwinds Trading
Videos screened at the 7th Annual Clinton Global Initiative and are used throughout the CBHF website.
Produced by Students of the World, UT Team, 2011.