The rush to reconstitute the Haitian army without human rights protections will harm and further destroy the country. The biggest security concern for Haiti is a lack of order. Disfunctional or non functioning institutions creates a sense of kaos. Fixing our existing institutions such... more...
Renewable energy and organic fertilizer productions Development of commercial fishing Road construction Creation of agricultural associations and community banks Future Projects: Biomass Dairy farm Scholarships Hospital within the Marche Cabrit section Professional schools
Supporting a preschool in Haiti Training and support of reforestation project Support of Goat Project in LesCayes Support of agricultural investment project Future Projects: Biodiesel for rural community electrification and for cooking
Les Cayes, Laborde(sud les Cayes), Ile-a-Vache (sud les Cayes), Marissade (plateau central – Hinche)
Cooperative d'Artisanat; Education Initiative; Family Health Clinic: Library; RATRAP: (Rassemblement Travailleurs Paysan): A micro-lending program to help farmers borrow money for tools and animal raising
Education, Nutrition, Healthcare, Clean Water, Construction/Renovation, Reforestation. Future Projects: Full expansion of all current programs, in addition to continuing to improve on each program’s quality. To continue our focus on integrated, sustainabl
The organization together with other organizations in Haiti and Europe plan education projects for Haiti. Future Projects: Developemnt of micro credit in rural sections and mass education through radio firstname.lastname@example.org
education / sports, health / hygiene community and the environment. Future Projects: 1) End Cemetery 2) A proposed restructuring of the cave Marie-Jeanne Port-a-Piment complementary to a bike path connecting the city.
The ROCAHD consists of 35 Haitian-Canadian organizations, including community organizations, regional associations and socio-professional associations, representing all regions of Haiti, and 12 organizations in Canada and Quebec working in solidarity for sustainable human development Haiti.
Gethsmane Scholarship Institute serves the youth in the rural community of Fond des Blancs, Haiti. Our K-7 school has been providing basic education to approximately 200 students a year for the past 20 years. We are currently working to complete an official school with real classrooms. Our 8 teachers are unaccredited teachers but former students are now receiving accredited teacher training so they can return and serve as professional teachers. We will be returning to Haiti this summer to finish the walls of our classroom and repair any damage to our other building that may have occurred during the January 12, 2010 earth quake. If you would like to join with us in our work or contribute time or resources to help educate children of our school, please let us know. We provide about 60 scholarships a year to families that cannot afford our annual $15 tuition for each student.