HAITI UPDATE – Share love * Get love
The World Hands Alliance is proud to announce a presentation at the Inn at Loretto in Santa Fe. We welcome all to join us in our vision of a sustainable and triumphant rebuilding effort in Haiti. The report on the state of Haiti today, its history and future. The dream of creating the New Haiti is now a reality, construction has begun.
Having just returned from nine weeks in Haiti, living with Haitian families, World Hands Alliance, WHA, director Constantine Alatzas gives his perspective on the challenges faced by Haitians and relief workers. Also he will report on the breaking ground of a WHA designed school that is state of the art in terms of a healthy, self sustaining structure that will be a model for reconstruction of the island and the world.
With the devastation of the January 12th earthquake still evident throughout the country and now the cholera epidemic racing like a wild fire the path to recovery is littered with many obstacles. In spite of these facts the WHA commitment is that the human spirit of compassion and innovation will prevail.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
When – December 3, 2010 7 – 9 pm
Where – Inn at Loretto – The Acoma Room
What – HAITI UPDATE – Share Love * Get Love
Report on the state of Haiti today, its history and future. The dream of creating the New Haiti is now a reality, construction has begun.
World Hands Alliance, WHA
1570 Pacheco Street suite E4
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505
contact – Constantine Alatzas
Constantine Alatzas understands the connection between all things.This basic tenet is the basis of all of his work. He has been design/building self powered structures for the past eighteen years. Constantine’s video/ﬁlm clients include; His Holiness the Dalai Lama, MacNeil/Lehrer News Hour, Senator Jeff Bingaman, New Mexico Film Commission amongst many others. He has heard the call to assist in areas of human and natural caused disasters. These journeys have included Honduras after Hurricane Mitch, New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, Iraq twice, during the current war, and most recently Haiti.