This is what human rights looks like:
For $3.65 a day, we can help keep the BAI legal team safe, powered up and able to keep helping Haitians enforce the rights they need to enforce to make their streets safe, their courts accessible and their elections fair. But we need your help!
Because of unreliable electricity in Port-au-Prince, BAI relies on a generator to keep the security cameras rolling, keep the lights on, and power their computers. The generator BAI has used for the past 14 years is now in constant need of expensive repairs, delaying and taking resources from critical human rights work. The generator might give out at any time. For just $20,000, we can help BAI get a brand new generator, approved for quality and price by a construction expert who has led major projects in Haiti. This generator will be used 40 hours a week for the next 15-20 years! Imagine how many people that will impact!
The cost of this generator is just $26 a week, $111 a month, and $1333 a year. How many days of human rights work will you support? Please tell your friends, family, and coworkers and make your contribution to justice in Haiti today.