Empowering Haiti's Next Generation
Student at a Time
Since 2007, Konbit pou Rebati Bčlč (KOREBEL), which means “Team to Rebuild Bel Air,” has run a primary school and a community cafeteria in Bel Air, one of the poorest and most historic
neighborhoods of central Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Until the earthquake on January 12th, they provided quality education to 400
students and low-cost meals to the community. The KOREBEL school and cafeteria collapsed in the earthquake, halting the school
year and the futures of countless children. Now KOREBEL is holding classes for 200 students in makeshift tents with limited
With your help, we hope to construct sturdy, temporary classrooms—designed by Terreform ONE [Open Network Ecology],
an ecological design group for Urban Infrastructure, Building, Planning, and Art, based in Brooklyn, NY.
Your contribution today will help KOREBEL build classrooms and purchase necessary materials for
a successful 2010-2011 school year! Please visit www.korebel.org to make your tax-deductible donation, and to learn more about the organization and its current initiatives.
We sincerely thank you.