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Caravaan is always interested in hearing from you. If you have questions, comments, are looking to volunteer or to donate please feel free to send us a message and we will get back to you shortly. We have applied for our 501(c)(3) status and hope to receive notification from the IRS soon. You may still donate but there is the risk that the status is not granted, but given our work in the past as well as our future plans, we don't expect that to be the case.

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Current Work

Haiti

Caravaan is thrilled to have been invited by Partners In Health/Zanmi Lasante to use music to help support and engage the community of Mirebalais, Haiti, home to the new University Hospital. Caravaan will be working with community members, local bands and the Zanmi Lasante health team to organize an event in the spring of 2015. We have seen the results of such work in Uganda and are excited to integrate music and health delivery.

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Corail IDP Camp Haiti

World AIDS Day will be recognized in the Corail IDP camp in Haiti on December 5th. Caravaan will be working in conjunction with the Haitian Ministry of Health, Lakou Mizik, Haiti Clinic, Equal Health, Partners In Health and other organizations to provide music, health services and education to the residents. Lakou Mizik will be the performing their unique original music to enhance uptake of services and create an environment of dignity and joy.

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Lakou Mizik

Lakou Mizik is a multi-media celebration of Haitian music and culture. Music is at the vital core of Haiti’s sense of self and musicians have always played an important societal role, both in documenting the country’s history and helping to shape its path forward. Today a young generation of artists is keeping this tradition alive, narrating the world they live in through music that is made in their villages, and post earthquake...

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