One year after the devastating earthquake in Haiti, SAP continues to invest in immediate housing assistance and long-term economic development activities that will improve the short- and long-term living conditions of Haitians and help develop sustainable businesses and income opportunities. To achieve these goals SAP is working with Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus and the Grameen Creative Lab. The company is also partnering with Habitat for Humanity to provide access to shelters and assistance for families whose homes were destroyed or deemed inhabitable. Read the press release.
One Year After the Earthquake, SAP Continues Work in Haiti
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