Aider Haiti is an organization founded with the intention of providing education, food, an orphanage, Medical Aid and Water to hundreds of children and adults that reside outside of the immediate vicinity of Haiti's capital or any of the major cities notably the countryside town of Pendus, neglected by its government. Pendus is a town that has no hospitals, no form of running neither water nor electricity. Aider Haiti seeks to help rebuild the community by providing potable water, a medical facility that can enrich the lives of the several thousand that resides in the region.
Silver Spring, MD 20915 USA
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.
Delmas, Haiti Ht 6120
On Tuesday, January 12, 2010 at 4:53pm the nation of Haiti was ravaged with an earthquake that measured 7.0. The epicenter of the earthquake was in the town of Leogane. The residents of Leogane and the nation of Haiti will never be the same.
Soon after the earthquake, the Georgia Baptist Convention sent a scouting team to see how we as Baptists churches from the U.S. could minister to the people of Leogane. They rented a house in the city, affectionately named it the Georgia House and began to bring teams into minister to those devastated by the disaster.
In partnership with the Georgia Baptist Convention, Baptists 4 Haiti, Inc. is continuing the ministry started by GBC Disaster Relief. Baptists 4 Haiti took over the Georgia House and the surrounding ministries in November 2011 and started full swing with volunteers in February this year. Since February we have had over 150 volunteers who have ministered to more than 5,000 Haitian people. So far our missionaries and teams have had the privilege of being involved in leading 57 people to a new relationship with Jesus Christ! These teams have built a roof for a church, a kitchen for an orphanage and completed their well, and have been able to meet physical needs of nearly 1,500 Haitian people through mobile medical clinics.
We have committed to rebuilding 26 homes and 15 churches. It is our prayer that many more churches, ministries, and individuals will come alongside to support and partner with our efforts. We are looking for 100 churches and organizations to partner with us to continue God’s ministry to the people of Leogane, Haiti. We are asking for each church or organization to contribute at least $1,000, pray, and send teams throughout the year. Will you help? Either by partnering financially or sending teams or both!
We would like to thank the following churches, individuals, families, and associations who are partnering with us.
102 W. Weed St
St. Marys, GA 31558
We are a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that has been serving the same communities in Haiti for nearly twenty years. Originally known simply as the Cabaret Baptist Children’s Home, we began as a ministry of the Jacksonville Baptist Association in 1998.
Through locally-led programs and strategic partnerships with other organizations, we are able to provide health care, education for children and adults, employment, orphan care, and share the hope of a life in Christ.
JACKSONVILLE, FL 32216
CAMAHA est une ONG française créée en 2009 qui à pour objectifs majeurs d’œuvrer pour l’habitat social en bois anticyclonique et parasismique après une catastrophe naturelle.Actuellement acteur sur 2 zones, l’une Haïti, où l’association fabrique des abris d’urgence en bois (déjà près de 3000) et autres constructions publiques (Hôpital, orphelinat, école..) mais aussi forme des personnes aux métiers du bois afin que les habitants reconstruisent eux-mêmes leurs logis (Plusieurs ONG partenaires tel que : ACTED, MSF...). Second territoire : Cuba où est née l’initiative après le passage des cyclones Gustav et Ike. L’association participe à la restauration du patrimoine historique des maisons en bois, et a comme objectif d’œuvrer pour l’habitat des personnes âgées qui a été détruit et créer des ateliers de formations aux métiers du bois l’ensemble étant un moteur social : Ecologique, Economique, Durable, Rapide d’exécution, Facile à mettre en place.
61400 St Hilaire le chatel
Center of Hope (Haiti) is the fulfillment of the vision of Emmanuel St. Juste. Emmanuel was born in Hinche, Haiti, where his parents raised five boys and five girls amid abject poverty. Emmanuel was trained in the ministry in Haiti and came to Stamford, Connecticut, in 1974, where he formed the French Speaking Baptist Church of Stamford.
Emmanuel visited Haiti every year where he witnessed worsening poverty and deprivation, especially the growing number of orphaned children. The AIDS epidemic left hundreds of thousands of Haitian children with no moms, no dads, no home and no one to support them. Many of the children "live" in the cemeteries. Emmanuel comments, "The Lord opened my eyes to see the misery of those hopeless children and He brought into my heart the idea of giving some hope to those children."
Emmanuel brought his vision to build an orphanage in Hinche, Haiti, to his congregation and they enthusiastically embraced it. The congregation began by collecting one extra dollar from each member each Sunday to buy the land on which to build an orphanage. Emmanuel shared his vision with many organizations, including its long-time missions partner, Wilton Baptist Church of Wilton, Connecticut.
Middlebury, CT 06762 USA
The purpose of CHM is to improve the spiritual and physical condition of the Haitian People, living in the northern part of Haiti. We are working in a village named Cahess which is located about 20 miles east of the City of Cap Haitien.
c/o Connie Goddard
3048 Spring Fancy Lane
Indian Trail, NC 28079
Catholic priest, Fr. Giordano Belanich, founded Croatian Relief in 1992 to mobilize humanitarian aid for the victims of the wars in Croatia and Bosnia. By organizing the Croatian diaspora community in the United States and throughout the world, Croatian Relief Services was able to aid tens of thousands of individuals affected by this disaster.
As the violence in the Balkans died down, Croatian Relief Services continued its outreach to victims of war, natural disaster, and extreme poverty throughout the world, and has had a positive impact on countless lives. In 2010, after a catastrophic 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Croatian Relief Services opened the Cardinal Stepinac Children’s Home. The Children’s Home provides a loving and nurturing environment for over 40 orphaned and abandoned children, and has become a focal point of our mission. Croatian Relief Services continues to provide humanitarian assistance for the poorest of the poor in Croatia, Haiti, and throughout the world.
a non-profit organization to share the love of Christ by helping the people of Haiti. We have a boys home named New Jericho House.
Sponsor a church/school in the mountain of Delco 2. Sunday afternoon Bible school program call "Children Without Assistance"
Quarryville, Pennsylvania 17566
Disciples' Village is a non-profit organization striving to change the life of those living in Haitian third world villages. We believe in long term, comprehensive village advancement with the Gospel at the heart of everything we do. Through village leadership, education, job opportunities, water filtration, medical help, discipleship, sanitation, and safe housing, we help break the cycle of darkness and poverty that pervades Haiti.
We believe in investing heavily in the villages of Haiti; giving long-term direction, support and training.
Our main campus in Kaliko operates as a central hub. From it, we partner with villages all over Haiti to support pastors, offer free education to children, and improve living conditions. Through these means, we strive toward the goal of making disciples of Jesus Christ.