Join the Anir Experience Team for 15 days in Haiti July 3-17,
    2010 with an additional 2-day relief training workshop before
    departure July 1&2.
July 1-2 mandatory training
July 3, 2010 Team will meet in Miami Florida, USA and depart for
Port au Prince, Haiti
July 3 spend the night in Port au Prince or go directly to host
July 4 orientation and start work
July 5--10 work
July 11 day off
July 12 - 16 work
July 17 - return to Miami and home
Training Provide:
A 2-day relief training workshop will be held 2
days before departure July 1&2. Volunteers will
be trained and briefed on what to expect and
how to deal with the unexpected. This is
mandatory. Workshop cost are covered in the
fee - except hotel which might be extra.

    Q: How is the money I send in or donated being spent?
    A: 60% will be used for buying building & health supplies for the
    community we will be working in, 25% will go towards your trip
    expenses and survival supplies (airfare, water, food, first aid, etc.),
    15% goes towards Anir support (travel and life support for team
    Q: May I go off on my own?
    A: NO! For your own safety.
    Q: May I take photos of animals & landscape?
    A: Yes, all you want
    Q: May I take photos of the local people?
    A: It is best to ask permission first, ask your team leader
    Q: Is this trip safe?
    A: Traveling anywhere (even to the store) has its risk, but this trip has
    various serious risks. It is a disaster  zone with chance of another
    quake. There has always been a very high crime rate both petty and
    violent in Haiti; that is why it is of the utmost importance that the team
    stay together and no one go-it on their own.
    Q: Will I need shots?
    A: Yes. Tetanus, hepatitis A & hepatitis B, Typhoid Fever
    Q: Will I need malaria pills?
    A: Yes.
    Visit the CDC for information and health recommendations for relief

    More questions? Please contact us at:
    Anir Experience
    120 West Washington St. , Lewisburg, WV 24901

    COST $1,895-2,385 (Subject to change depending on flight cost
    fluctuation and cost of supplies)
    Cost includes:
     * Purchasing of needed supplies to complete our tasks
     *Purchase of team supplies including 8 bottles of water a day per team
     *Round trip air fare from Miami to Haiti
     *Lodging & site security (we will be camping outside meaning you will
    have to   
           bring a tent & sleeping bag)
     *All meals (unless otherwise stated)
     *Bottled drinking water (we will be bringing this with us)
     *Travel medical and evacuation insurance
     *All scheduled in country transportation to and from work site and
    *3-6 Anir Experience team leaders

    Not Included:
    • Airfare from your departure town to Miami
    • Home base transportation or lodging
    Passport fees (everyone MUST have a valid passport from their home
    • Visas fees & Airport tax (if necessary)
    • Nonscheduled activities
    • Anything of a personal nature

    Cancellations & Refunds:
    If for any reason Anir cancels a program you will receive a full refund.
    However if you need to cancel the following applies:
    Spot deposit of $500 holds your place in a given program but does not
    guarantee the cost; Spot deposits are non-refundable but can be
    transferred to hold your place for one year for another Anir Experience.
    Full guaranteed fee – if you pay the fee in full by the time stated, but need
    to cancel within 90 days or more before departure, then you are refunded
    in full – less the $500 deposit; 89-60 days 50% refund; less then 60 days no
    Applying to an Anir program is free, if you are accepted and you agree to
    participate then a completed registration form and the $500 deposit must
    be made within 20 days after accepting; full payment must be made 60
    days before departure or there is an additional $250 late processing fee.

    Suggested personal budget$250 USD for emergency only – NO MORE AND
July 3-17,2010
Our planned location is not Port au Prince
but the other side of the island at La
Vallee de Jacmel  - which CNN is not
covering but has also suffered greatly and
should not be forgotten...
We are a 100% volunteer organization - we are not endowed -
we are project-to-project driven and fund raise for all we do.
We have no paid staff or paid volunteers - All team members
must be financially self-supporting.