S2H-HAITI was incorporated three months (October 2009) before the January 2010 earthquake to provide highly earthquake and hurricane resistant housing and building technology to the growing garment industry as a result of the HOPE II ACT, which was passed by the 110th US Congress.
After the earthquake S2H-HAITI was busy constructing more than $2 Million worth of residential, institutional and commercial buildings throughout Haiti and training Haitian youth from the Pwoje Espwa Sud Community in Les Cayes. As a result more than 65 young men have been trained in the most advanced building technology in Haiti.
But SHELTER2HOME is more than a manufacturer of a Shelter/Building System. Our company is committed to the philosophy that our role in the countries where we work is to provide a hand-up, not a hand-out, and ultimately contribute to the sustainability of the country by addressing the Triple Bottom Line; the measure of economic, ecological, and social success. The company will achieve this by manufacturing (producing) as many of the components in Haiti, use environmentally friendly (recyclable) and locally source building materials and finally work within the communities to promote local job creation and empower the people to solve their own housing challenges.
S2H-HAITI is currently looking to partner with Haitian construction companies, developers, architects and engineers as we bring our advanced building technology further into market, as well as, joint venture with other Haitian companies and investors including those in the Diaspora wishing to reinvest back into Haiti.
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