Sikhs Open a Water Treatment Plant in Haiti
Jun 13, 2012
In its continuous efforts to rebuild and rehabilitate Haiti and provide humanitarian relief in the aftermath of the 2010 earthquake, UNITED SIKHS opened a water treatment plant on March 31st 2012.
Port-au-Prince: In the past several weeks, UNITED SIKHS has provided emergency shelter to over 5,000 earthquake displaced Haitians. The Urban Design and Development Team headed by Jaipal Singh, UNITED SIKHS Coordinator, setup five new tent cities pitching over 680 tents...
Port-au-Prince: UNITED SIKHS AID team has been working nonstop to ensure that the distribution missions for dry food, emergency and medical supplies to various communities and orphanages in and around Port-au-Prince are done thoroughly and promptly.
Port-au-Prince: The first UNITED SIKHS' medical team of 6 doctors including two family practice physicians, a rehabilitation/pain management physician, a neurologist, an occupational therapist and a physical therapist...
Brooklyn, NY: UNITED SIKHS is providing urgent legal advocacy services and serving Langgar (traditional Sikh community hot meals) to Haitian families in NYC impacted by the earthquake and to Haitian repatriates who have arrived in the US.