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In early 2010, following the disastrous earthquake in Haiti, Communication Integration was awarded a grant to manage the technology infrastructure at the University of Miami/Project Medishare hospital in Port-au-Prince. For over 1.5 years living in a tent, Samuel Perales and team managed the hospital’s IT needs and set-up video teleconferencing to allow on the ground physicians to consult specialists in the United States. Completed 2012.



Communication Integration regularly donates refurbished computers to organizations and disadvantaged families in South Florida. Some receiving organizations include: Hands On Miami Program, the Josefina Castanos Kidney Foundation, the Salvation Army of Miami, the City of South Miami, the City of Miami, the State of Florida’s Front Porch Community Initiative, the Carnaval Independencia Centro America, Regis House, Metro-Dade County, Overtown Youth Center, Human Services Coalition of Dade County, Children’s Home Society, and the Church of the Holy Comforter. Completed 2012.

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CI procured and installed 7 reconditioned computers for SOPUDEP, a Haitian-run grassroots organization whose primary goal is to provide free education to adults and children in the Port-au-Prince suburb of Pétion-Ville. CI also organized computer literacy training for over 2,000 disadvantaged children and adults.                  Completed Aug 2007.



CI donated and installed five computers at the Confederation of Haitian Trade Unions (CTH), the largest labor federation in Haiti. CTH does vital adult literacy and health education campaigns across the country. Leaders and union representatives now have access to digital tools that have strengthened and increased the educational and operational efficiency of the CTH. Completed Aug 2007.



CI donated 500 computers to the Nicaraguan President’s Office of Social Development and Assistance. Former President, Mr. Enrique Bolanos, used the computers for public education technology programs across the country Nicaragua. Completed Nov 2003.



In collaboration with Partners in Solidarity and EntreMundos, CI distributed computers and computer systems to 32 qualified nongovernment organizations and schools in Guatemala. Completed May 2004.



CI procured, reformatted and installed computers for administrative staff at Familias Especiales, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping families with handicapped and special need children in Matagalpa, Nicaragua. Completed in Nov 2001.



CI developed a method for distributing networked systems to organizations that are able to support educational programs and training. CI sourced refurbished computers from corporations in the US. We then delivered and set up a computer classroom, an administrative computer, and a library computer for Seeds of Learning, an educational nonprofit in Ciudad Dario, Nicaragua.     Completed in Nov 2001.