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07-14-10-Haiti Accountability Report FINAL Updated

07-14-10-Haiti Accountability Report FINAL Updated

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HAITI ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT 2010
InterAction Members’ Use of Private Funds in Response to the Earthquake in Haiti
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ABOUT US
InterAction is the largest alliance of U.S.-based international nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) focused on the
world’s poor and most vulnerable people.
At InterAction, we recognize that our global challenges are interconnected and that we can’t tackle any of themwi t h -

out addressing all of them. That’s why we create a forum for leading NGOs, global thought leaders and policymakers to address our challenges collectively. Leveraging our shared expertise, on-the-ground insights from our 190 member organizations and strategic analyses of the foreign aid budget, we deliver a bold, new agenda to end global poverty and deliver humanitarian aid in every developing country.

Principles of the InterAction Alliance
We believe that we all have a role to play.
Our world’s interconnected challenges demand that we each contribute our unique insights to shape a bold agenda
that promotes human dignity and well-being for all.
We believe today’s challenges require new solutions.
Our collaboration will bring about the innovative solutions we need to confront global challenges and achieve global
prosperity.
We believe that human stories must give way to a new agenda.
Our solutions must be rooted in our grassroots expertise, bringing human stories and personal experiences to the
halls of power.
We believe all our actions must be rooted in interaction.
In a world of porous borders and converging sectors, we must leverage our collective actions and experience for a
more just world.

Humanitarian Policy and Practice Team
InterAction
1400 16th Street, NW, Suite 210
Washington, DC 20036
(202) 667-8227
(202) 667-8236
www.interaction.org

© Copyright InterAction July 2010
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CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION4
ACTIONAID INTERNATIONAL USA5
AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE7
AMERICAN JEWISH JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE8
AMERICAN JEWISH WORLD SERVICE10
AMERICAN RED CROSS1 2
AMERICAN REFUGEE COMMITTEE15
AMERICARES FOUNDATION1 8

AMERICA’S DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION21

ANANDA MARGA UNIVERSAL RELIEF TEAM22
BUDDHIST TZU CHI FOUNDATION24
CARE26
CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICES29
CHRISTIAN BLIND MISSION31
CHURCH WORLD SERVICE33
DIRECT RELIEF INTERNATIONAL36
FOOD FOR THE HUNGRY37
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY INTERNATIONAL39
HANDS ON DISASTER RESPONSE41
HEARTLAND ALLIANCE43
HELPAGE USA46
INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL CORPS48
INTERNATIONAL RELIEF & DEVELOPMENT51
THE INTERNATIONAL RESCUE COMMITTEE53
JESUIT REFUGEE SERVICE/USA55
LUTHERAN WORLD RELIEF57
MEDICAL TEAMS INTERNATIONAL59
MERCY CORPS6 1
OPERATION USA64
PLAN INTERNATIONAL USA65
PLANT WITH PURPOSE67
RELIEF INTERNATIONAL69
SAVE THE CHILDREN71
UNITED METHODIST COMMITTEE ON RELIEF73
WORLD CONCERN (WCDO)75
WORLD HOPE INTERNATIONAL77
WORLD NEIGHBORS78
WORLD RELIEF80
WORLD VISION8 1

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