• Join the ReplantHaiti.org Campaign!

    More than four million Haitians live in the Diaspora worldwide. Every year they transfer approximately $2.5 billion to their relatives and friends in Haiti. Tapping into the smallest percentage of that financial power will allow us to have significant impact in a very short time . So our initial appeal is to our brothers and sisters in the Diaspora. Together we can do it.

    LATEST NEWS

    January 23, 2013
    Making Haiti green again by Larry Luxner, The Baltimore Post-Examiner
    With a prayer and a speech, Raymond Joseph, Haiti’s former ambassador to the United States, has officially launched “A Dollar A Tree for Haiti Inc.
    [click here for full article]

    January 14, 2013
    Can planting trees make a difference in Haiti 3 years after the quake? by Cleve Mesidor, The Griot
    “Some have wondered, where is he? I have been in Haiti. I have been watching with much sadness how my Haiti is becoming a desert,” Joseph said during a recent press conference at the National Press Club in DC to coincide with the anniversary of the quake. During the forum, he formally launched a new initiative – A Dollar A Tree For Haiti – ...
    [click here for full article]

    January 10, 2013
    Former Haitian envoy to discuss reforestation plan, 4 pm Jan. 10 | The National Press Club
    Raymond Joseph, a former Haitian ambassador to the United States, will explore the importance of rebuilding his country's forests and promoting alternatives to wood for...
    [click here for press release]

    January 12, 2013
    Ambassador Raymond A. Joseph and Rev. Dr. Jonathan L. Weaver cordially invite you to the launching of “A Dollar A Tree For Haiti” on January 12, 2013, at 11:00 a.m. at the Greater Mt. Nebo A.M.E. Church in Bowie, Maryland. As we are reminded of the devastating earthquake of 2010, we are concerned by the deforestation of Haiti. Tree cover of the land stands at only 2%, making Haiti the most vulnerable island of the Caribbean during the hurricane season. A vigorous reforestation program, coupled with alternative energy for cooking, is the solution. Join us as the former Ambassador of Haiti to Washington presents his vision for the greening of Haiti....
    [click here for more information]

    October 4, 2013
    Ambassador Joseph gave a brief history lesson of Haiti’s relations with the United States, then turned to the main issue: The reforestation of Haiti.
    The Middle School students at the co-ed Bullis School here followed with wrapped attention the 15-minute presentation on Haiti by Raymond Joseph, the former ambassador of Haiti to the United States.
    [click here for full article]

    • 23 jan

      Making Haiti green again by Larry Luxner, The Baltimore Post-Examiner January 23, 2013

      With a prayer and a speech, Raymond Joseph, Haiti’s former ambassador to the United States, has officially launched “A Dollar A Tree for Haiti Inc.”[click here for the full article]

    • 13 jan

      Can planting trees make a difference in Haiti 3 years after the quake? by Cleve Mesidor, The Griot January 14, 2013

      “Some have wondered, where is he? I have been in Haiti. I have been watching with much sadness how my Haiti is becoming a desert,” Joseph said during a recent press conference at the National Press Club in DC to coincide with the anniversary of the quake. During the forum, he formally launched a new initiative – A Dollar A Tree For Haiti – ...[click here for the full article]

    • 10 jan

      Former Haitian envoy to discuss reforestation plan, 4 pm Jan. 10 | The National Press Club

      Raymond Joseph, a former Haitian ambassador to the United States, will explore the importance of rebuilding his country's forests and promoting alternatives to wood for...[click here for press release]

    • 12 jan

      Ambassador Raymond A. Joseph and Rev. Dr. Jonathan L. Weaver cordially invite you to the launching of “A Dollar A Tree For Haiti” on January 12, 2013, at 11:00 a.m. at the Greater Mt. Nebo A.M.E. Church in Bowie, Maryland. As we are reminded of the devastating earthquake of 2010, we are concerned by the deforestation of Haiti. Tree cover of the land stands at only 2%, making Haiti the most vulnerable island of the Caribbean during the hurricane season. A vigorous reforestation program, coupled with alternative energy for cooking, is the solution. Join us as the former Ambassador of Haiti to Washington presents his vision for the greening of Haiti... [click here for more information]

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    A Dollar A Tree For Haiti, Inc. is a non profit organization founded by former Ambassador of Haiti to the Unitied States, Raymond Joseph for the purpose of reforesting the nation of Haiti. Many attempts have been made and are being made to correct this problem. Unfortunately, none have had the national impact the country so desperately needs. A Dollar A Tree For Haiti will be differentiated from past attempts in several ways, including; learning from the past, partnering with the Haitian Diaspora, transparency, working with others, working with Haitian community, developing and implementing alternative fuel,working with the private sector,encouraging economic growth, and working with college students. A Dollar A Tree For Haiti will be fully transparent. Every single dollar donated will be listed on our website along with the name of the donor (or a non intrusive identification for those who want to remain anonymous). This means that at any given moment anyone will be able to see exactly how much money has been donated to the organization and how it has been spent. This will also have the added benefit of generating publicity for the companies and governments which are listed on the site, among the Haitian Diaspora. For more information, please click here.

    E-mail: info@replanthaiti.org