Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti/Bureau des Avocats Internationaux
The Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti and the Bureau des Avocats Internationaux are both actively involved with human rights work in Haiti. IJDH works with grassroots human rights organizations in Haiti, gathers and disseminates information about the human rights situation there and helps victims pursue legal claims in Haiti and abroad. BAI, based in Port-au-Prince, helps prosecute human rights cases, trains lawyers and speaks out about justice-related issues.
Partners in Health
Partners in Health works around the world to ensure access to health care, address basic social and economic needs and serve the poor. Through partnerships with community providers and by strengthening public sectors, the organization casts health care delivery as a fundamental right.
Haiti Action Committee
The Haiti Action Committee is a San Francisco Bay Area-based network of activists in the U.S. who have supported the Haitian struggle for democracy since 1991. Members have fostered extensive contacts with grassroots movements in Haiti.
The East Bay Sanctuary Covenant is dedicated to the support, protection, and advocacy of the rights of immigrants and refugees. Formed in 1982, it has grown to reach out to immigrants and refugees from over 30 countries from all over the world.
The Fondasyon Kole Zepol is a micro-finance institution offering a full range of financial services to the rural poor in Haiti. Fonkoze is committed to the economic and social improvement of the people and communities of Haiti and to the reduction of poverty in the country.
SafetyNet Project for Trafficked and Enslaved Persons
The Safetynet Project for Trafficked and Enslaved Persons is a collaborative partnership serving victims of abuse, including enslaved domestic workers, exploited laborers and women ensnared in prostitution rings and servile marriages.