The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) is the global humanitarian organization of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Through an international network, ADRA delivers relief and development assistance to individuals in more than 130 countries—regardless of their ethnicity, political affiliation, or religious association. By partnering with communities, organizations, and governments, ADRA is able to improve the quality of life of millions through 9 impact areas.
Our mission is to save lives and meet the basic needs of people in the hardest-to-reach areas. ACTED develops and implements programs for the most vulnerable populations who are victims of violence, conflict, natural disasters or endemic poverty. ACTED’s approach goes beyond the emergency response, with a commitment to sustainable development and livelihoods of communities.
ACTED’s mission is to support vulnerable populations around the world and support them in building a better future by providing a response tailored to specific needs. Our teams help people affected by crises through a global and local approach, multidisciplinary and adapted to each context. By acting as a link between Emergency, Rehabilitation and Development, ACTED’s teams ensure that interventions in times of crisis are useful and sustainable, as only long-term support – staying on site after the emergency and involving communities – helps break the cycle of poverty and support people on the road to sustainable development.
We provide emergency assistance in disasters, work for long-term development in local communities and address the root causes of poverty, we advocate for just decisions by public authorities, business religious leaders.
Norwegian Church Aid is an ecumenical diaconal organisation for global justice. We work to help the poorest and those in need, regardless of their creed, race, political or religious affiliation.
Delmas, Haiti Ht 6120
APF (The Association of the Peasants of Fondwa) is national NGO of Haiti focused on grassroots development and empowerment in rural communities. APF aims to provide tools and resources that allow peasants to pull themselves out of poverty.
Over the past 25 years, APF has worked in the village of Fondwa and surrounding communities to develop clean drinking water, a road connecting hard to reach villages, a primary and secondary school, health clinic, radio station, credit union, and guest house.
In 2004, the University of Fondwa (UNIF) was established. As the only university in all of rural Haiti, UNIF provides higher education to students coming from extremely remote areas. UNIF students return to their home communities throughout their course of study to share their knowledge of agronomy, business management, and veterinary medicine.
On January 12, 2010, most of the infrastructure built by APF was destroyed, and Fondwa suffered many losses. However, the APF community is hopeful for the future. Since 2010, the APF has remobilized, and is using the resources and partnerships available to us to rebuild and restore all that had been lost.
We have constructed a temporary university for the students, and have converted shipping containers into dormitories. We are now process of rebuilding our primary school, Saint Antoine. Please explore the different photo albums in the gallery to view our progress.
All of our programs are based in Fondwa, however our headquarters are based in Port-au-Prince.
Fondwa is a small community village in the western province of Haiti between Léogane and Jacmel. It is the 10th Communal Section of Léogane and about 30 minutes apart from Jacmel and Léogane. Fondwa is 80 kilometers from Port-au-Prince, a 2 hour-drive. The region has a total area of 28 square kilometers and a population of 8,000 people. Fondwa is a mountainous region and more than 80% of the population is peasants. More than 50% of the population is less than 20 years old. There are 6 other rural communities which benefit from the work of APF, about 50,000 individuals all together.
Chesterfield, MO 63017 USA
“Partnering with village communities to identify, strengthen, & establish self-sustainable, life-giving resources; thus strengthening local families, businesses, and education in the present, bringing hope and opportunity for generations to come”.
Asheville, NC 28814 USA
Consider Haiti was started over 15 years ago with primary care clinics, medicines, vitamins and water filters. We followed up with sustainable nutrition. In 2010 this follow-up came in the form of 17 does and a buck. Now, we have 750 goats across several villages! We’ve established a better seeds program for our gardens as well as a system for storing crops to sell when market prices are best. Someday we hope to be totally self-sufficient: growing, selling and eating only local Haitian produce, drinking clean water and building strong communities. But. we still need help for seeds and goats, water filters, medicine, and stipends for our Haitian Community Health Agents.
Our longstanding programs are able to get to the people who need help quickly and efficiently, and we know how to address immediate needs. Consider Haiti work with locals so we are familiar with the people and the area. We can show you where every dollar of your donation is spent.
PO Box 694
Grove City, PA 16127
…to improve life in developing countries by identifying and encouraging the use of affordable water purification systems, teaching the importance of proper household water treatment, and creating new business opportunities for local people
Madison, MS 39130 USA
God’s Promise in Haiti is a Christian-based organization our purpose is to serve the spiritual & human needs of the Haitian people by providing access to adequate housing, clean water, nutrition, healthcare, education, and clothing.
45 bis Belle Gabrielle
Avenue 94736 Nogent sur Marne cedex
Founded in 1976, GRET is an international development NGO, governed by French law, which acts from the field to the political, to fight against poverty and inequalities. Its professionals intervene on a range of themes in order to provide sustainable and innovative solutions for solidarity development. Its 714 professionals lead 150 projects a year in 22 countries.
PO Box 5445
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
To provide aid and development efforts to the impoverished nation of Haiti help develop infrastructure for the Haitian villages and connect people from the u s and Haiti.
In response to the love of Jesus, Haiti H2O works with rural Haitian communities, cultivating hope and opportunities.
We partner churches in Haiti with churches in the United States by leading short-term mission trips.
We believe partnerships, friendships and communities are keys to lasting change.
We are committed to programs that are sustainable.