Saving Lives in Schools From Earthquake Disaster In earthquake disasters, school structures are disproportionally affected, often putting tens of thousands of children’s lives at risk. Donate now to help children and schools in disaster zones. More than 30,000 children died in collapsed schools in China in 2008. In Haiti, 2.8 million children lacked access to... Read More
A devastating earthquake struck Ecuador. We are on the ground to assist. Donate now to help people in the disaster zone. Miyamoto Relief is a technical nonprofit that works globally to save lives through engineering. One of the reasons we exist is to send expert teams of engineers to help people and communities affected by earthquake disasters, like Ecuador. We do this to prevent more loss of life, by advising whether buildings are safe to occupy.
Miyamoto Relief is a nonprofit that works globally to save lives through engineering, especially in places affected by disaster. One of the reasons we exist is to send teams of engineers to help affected populations after an earthquake. This is particularly important in developing countries, where the lack of engineering knowledge is critical for the... Read More
This high school is located at the heart of Petion-Ville, a highly dense suburb of Port-au-Prince. Even though more than 4,000 students attend the school in shifts on a daily basis, the building only has 20 classrooms and three temporary shelters serving as makeshift classrooms. The three-story structure rests atop columns, causing a potential structural... Read More
WINNER 2015 BEST GLOBAL PROJECT AWARD! One of the few places that provide affordable access to education are the local, state-run primary school (L’Ecole Nationale de Cité Soleil) and secondary school (Lycée Nationale de Cité Soleil). Families only pay fees to cover uniforms and books, making the Lycée the only option for many families seeking... Read More