Best Photos Around the World

Monday, March 5, 2012


A girl is fitted for a prosthesis.

BRAC Limb and Brace Center supports disabled youth and adults as they return to school or the workforce.

A BRAC employee works on constructing a prosthetic limb.

A BRAC employee works on constructing a prosthetic limb.

A girl receives rehabilitation treatment at the BRAC center.

A BRAC employee forms a prosthesis.

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Haiti Artisan Visit

Fairwinds' Willa Shalit and Rachel Roy with Haitian artisan Jean Baptiste.

Haitian quilters display their creations.

Designer Rachel Roy admires the work of Croix-des-Bouquets metal artisans.

Macy's CEO Terry Lundgren shares his favorite pieces of art.

Artisans from around Haiti came to meet with the group.

Martha Stewart talks with a young man learning how to bead.

Macy's Terry Lundgren and Martha Stewart meet with President Martelly.

Rachel Roy and Martha Stewart met with artisans from across the country.

Saturday, March 3, 2012

Help Haitians Rebuild Lives and Livelihoods

The needs in Haiti are enormous. That's why we're making sure every dollar we spend stretches as far as it can toward stopping the cycle of aid dependency that makes natural disasters so catastrophic.

Clinton Bush Haiti Fund focuses on rebuilding lives and livelihoods. We are helping Haitians establish sustainable systems and institutions that provide health care, housing, water sanitation services, and other basic needs that mitigate the threats of natural disaster.

Together we can ensure that Haiti recovers from this tragedy stronger than before the earthquake.

Friday, March 2, 2012

Clinton Bush Haiti Fund

In the immediate aftermath of Haiti's January 12, 2010 earthquake, President Barack Obama asked former Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush to join forces and lead a major fundraising effort to assist the Haitian people. Together they established the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund, a non-profit organization designed to help Haiti "build back better."

The Clinton Bush Haiti Fund is dedicated to empowering Haiti to chart its own successful future. We do this by making catalytic grants and investments for long-term reconstruction and economic expansion. We work to support the Haitian people's efforts to rebuild their own country. Thus, any success realized by the Clinton Bush Haiti Fund is not ours, but theirs.

By supporting and partnering with existing nonprofit and for-profit entities, we seek to foster a diversified and competitive Haitian economy, leveraging the nation’s entrepreneurial spirit in inclusive and environmentally conscious ways, enabling people, communities and businesses to thrive and prosper. In all that we do, we work with the Interim Haiti Recovery Commission to ensure consistency with the Haitian Development Plan.

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Board of directors

In March, 2010, a six member board with two co-chairs, and a CEO, were announced:
Co-chair Laura Graham, a former Clinton administration official and Chief Operating Officer for the Clinton Foundation
Co-chair Joshua Bolten, former White House Chief of Staff to President Bush and currently a visiting professor at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School
Bruce Lindsey, a former Clinton administration official and currently Chief Executive Officer of the Clinton Foundation.
Dr. Bill Frist, former U.S. Senate Majority Leader (R-TN) and currently teaching, business and non-profit activities
Henrietta Fore, former Administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development under President Bush and currently chairman and CEO of Holsman International, an investment and management company.
Alexis Herman, former Secretary of Labor during President Clinton’s administration and currently chief executive officer of New Ventures, LLC.
Gary Edson, who served as Deputy National Security Adviser in President Bush’s administration, serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the CBHF.