Restoration Project International, Inc. (RPI)74 Trinity Place, Wall Street
New York 10006
|Phone No.:||+1 212-566-4919|
|Fax No.:||+1 212-566-4915|
|Contact person:||Dorcilien, Nod|
- Overnight facilities
- Aid organization
- Educational policy/project
- Social policy/disabled persons
Restoration Project International (RPI) is a humanitarian organization based in New York City through which basic needs such as food, clothing, shelter, education and medical care are directed to impoverished and at-risk children in Haiti and the Dominican Republic. We hope to stabilize the living situations, restore dignity and hope, and improve the welfare of the island communities in the most compassionate and innovative methods possible.
Though we are mostly volunteers, the organization does have a few full time staffers to ensure the organization lives on for future generations and leaders to inherit. The work is very important to our hearts. The founder of RPI, with over a decade of youth-development experience and advocacy, has designed the comprehensive programs which highlight this organization.
Restoration Project International is aware of the tremendous risks that beset young people in Haiti. As investigators in the recent study, RPI administrators and counsellors elicited the raw and unsettling truth about the perils faced by the youth of Haiti's streets, fuel for reconfirming its commitment to services for youth in the full range of its age component. The RPI staff works diligently through its distribution networks to meet the needs of young children.
Our projects and programs are Education/Schools, Medical Clinics, Learning Centers, Agricultural Projects, Family and Children Sponsorship, Children Adoption Project, Cultural and Social Activities and much more.
Nod Dorcilien is the founder of Restoration Project International.
For other net participants we can offer overnight facilities. Further we can offer expert guidance through trained staff, give an expert opinion, deliver a lecture, procure expert information and establish new contacts in the field of our work.