Haiti Net Literacy (HNL) is a nonprofit organization founded in 2012 by educators, social advocates, community leaders, to promote computer among minority groups, individual with limited English proficiency in Florida, and impoverished communities all over Haiti. While computer literacy is a great asset for education and Job opportunities, it has been shown that minority groups and English language learning lack or do not have the computer skill required to take advantage of opportunities information technologies have to offer.
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Zions’s Children of Haiti, “Les Enfants de Sion” or “Timoun Siyon” was conceived by Herby Dalencourt, Isabelle Flècher, and Harry Flècher- lifelong residents of Gonaïves. They had dreamed of increased access to education as a ray of hope for the future of their community in Gonaïves. This concept was developed before the hurricane in 2008, and afterward, their project and the need for immediate action became urgent.