HAITI: Three Years Later | DC

Washington, DC

February 7, 2013

RSVP: http://haitithreeyearslaterdc.eventbrite.com/

On January 12, 2010, Haiti suffered a massive earthquake, resulting in 220,000 dead and 1.5 million displaced.

Today: What challenges remain? What is Haiti like three years after the earthquake?

On February 7, join JDC Entwine for an in-depth look at the challenges this country continues to face.

Featuring:

  • Discussion with Maryse P. Kedar, President of The Progress and Development through the Youth of Haiti Foundation (PRODEV)
  • A photo exhibit showcasing images from the ground in post-disaster Haiti
  • Free drink for 50 first RSVPs + vegetarian appetizers

Event Chairs: Aliyah Dash & Zack Zimbalist

Location: The W Hotel | 515 15th Street NW

In association with the The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington.

This JDC Entwine event is organized by the Entwine Washington, DC Planning group for a young adult audience.

 

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