Clinton Bush Haiti Fund is ceasing their activities in Haiti

Initiated by American president Barack Obama in 2010 as an organization that would help rebuild Haiti, Clinton Bush Haiti Fund announced that they will cease their activities in Haiti on December 31.


They announced on their website: "Having served as a bridge from post-disaster relief to longer-term reconstruction, we are stepping back, empowering Haiti to chart its own successful future."


Beginning with December 7th, the Fund no longer accepts donations or new project proposals, and will commit its remaining funds this month.


About Clinton Bush Haiti Fund


The Clinton Bush Haiti Fund was founded soon after the 2010 earthquake, at the request of American President Barack Obama who asked former Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush to join forces for a major fundraising effort to assist the Haitian people build back better. Together they established the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund.


The Fund raised $54.4 million from individuals, businesses, and organizations that were used to making grants, loans, and equity investments to organizations promoting economic opportunity.

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