It all started when Danielle Barnve-Decatus, the founder of RDOH was in Haiti attending her father's funeral, January 11, 2010, just the day before the catastrophic earthquake that shook the island.
On January 12, Danielle experienced the earthquake at "Croix Des Beaux Salle" (a big open market) in Port-Au-Prince, Haiti. The earthquake struck with intense force just 15 miles (25 km) southwest of Port-au-Prince.
The initial shock registered a magnitude of 7.0 and was soon followed by two aftershocks of magnitudes 5.9 and 5.5.
After all the aftermath Danielle returned to her father's estate to find the foundation and
home still standing, unlike most of her neighbors properties.
In an effort to help her community Danielle took action by providing her family's home, food and clothes to abandoned Haitian children and started the Remy Decatus Orphanage Haiti.
Remy Decatus Orphanage Haiti (RDOH) is a community of humanitarians, volunteers, philanthropists and a dedicated team that ensures children at RDOH have access to shelter, water, food, clothes and medicine.
RDOH is the culmination of identifying, assessing, and aligning resources in order to ensure and enable an efficient framework that requires minimum input in management with maximum output in operations of the supply chain from US to the orphanage in Haiti.
The objective of RDOH is to develop a logistics schema that outlines best practices in the following:
Some of our RDOH children