Founded in Haiti in 1996 by a group of Haitian professionals, the Emmaus Haiti Coordination in Action (CEHA) is committed to improving the living conditions of the most disadvantaged Haitian populations living in rural and urban areas of Haiti. .
The Organization aims to develop activities that contribute to the socio-economic improvement of the living conditions of the most disadvantaged Haitian populations.
To provide basic level human services such as education and healthcare.
To provide Preschool through Grade 13 education and health education.
To support volunteers through the maintenance of our residence/guesthouse in Thomassin.
To advance employment and self-sustainability through our Excelsior Technical Institute educational enterprise that trains Haitians to help rebuild their communities.
To assist our clinic and school staff in reducing illnesses, and in promoting the development of forums that provide public health education.
Haiti Health Initiative (HHI) is a nonprofit organization focused on serving the public health needs of the rural Haitian people. HHI’s goal is to first uncover the root causes that contribute to reduced health in Haiti. HHI will then use that knowledge to work alongside the Haitian community and to implement sustainable water treatment projects, improve nutritional opportunities through agricultural expansion, and train local medical and dental providers to provide sustainable care for those in their communities. HHI’s philosophy in working with the Haitians is best summarized by Gordon B. Hinckley’s saying: “Bring all the good that you have and let us add to it.” HHI’s aim is to support current healthy living practices and to promote sustainable and culturally appropriate change by working side by side with local and international partners.
Haiti Lumiere de Demain was established in 1998 by Louisner Elneus. Reflecting on the many opportunities opened to him by his own education, Mr. Elneus has committed himself to helping reduce the high rates of illiteracy in his homeland. Through Haiti Lumiere de Demain, he hopes to assist a new generation of Haitians to think for themselves and become a positive contributing member of their communities.
Haiti Lumiere de Demain's goals are to: build a system of lending libraries, support activities designed to encourage further learning beyond the classroom, provide books on a lending basis to students in primary school, provide scholarships to both teachers and students for further education.
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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.
Mission Statement: “Sonje Ayiti is a group of Haitian and international humanitarians who collaborate to uplift the Haitian community through education, economic development, and health promotion.”
Who / What is Sonje Ayiti?
Sonje Ayiti was founded in the summer of 2004 by Gabrielle Aurel.
Gabie was born and raised in Haiti. Her parents were among the first wave of Haitians to make the treacherous journey to the United States. Her father sailed to Miami when Gabie was only 2-years old. Three years later, her mother attempted the journey and sadly never arrived.
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