4HNYC Inc. is a non-profit organization compassionately dedicated to improving the lives of poor children throughout Haiti and supporting their academic success. Established in New York City in 2012, a group of concerned young professionals in the tri-state area believed through educating the Haitian youth, influential results can be made to develop the country economically.
4HNYC hosts an annual happy hour on Haitian Flag Day, geared to raising funds to supply book bags with school supplies for students.
In furtherance of these charitable and educational purposes, the Corporation shall:
(a) identify primary and secondary schools in need throughout Haiti and deliver school supplies to them;
(b) raise money to help subsidize students’ tuition for primary and secondary schools in Haiti; and
(c) help develop after-school programs for children and teenagers in Haiti.
DEFI – Développer Former Informer (in English, develop-train-inform) – is an association founded in 1989, pursuant to the French Association Law of 1901. Officially recognized as a charitable institution in the public interest, in existence for over 27 years, it is an NGO for sustainable development active in the least developing countries :
●working in the long term, under agreements with local authorities;
●working with a lot of people, to gradually reach nationwide influence;
●working against one of major causes of poverty and with the key factors to sustainable development: education, knowledge and energy.
The Haiti Plunge is a cross-cultural educational program initiative set up for high school and college youth to prove that young people can make a difference in the world. The program takes place in the mountainous Cabaret Region of Haiti, 58 miles north of Port-au-Prince.
After traveling to Haiti on a service mission to aid in the construction of an orphanage, the founding members of Haiti RIsing were struck by a devastating reality: without access to education, the vibrant and curious children at the orphanage would stand little chance of thriving as adults in an already impoverished country. Basic primary and secondary school education is available only to those children whose families have the means to pay; there is virtually no public education system in Haiti. Without private funding, abandoned and orphaned Haitian children have no chance of attending school. Haiti Rising was born out of the commitment to give these children access to quality education.
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Jèn Mapou is the largest platform for discovering opportunities for young people in Haiti around the world. It is a platform that provides young Haitians in Haiti and the Diaspora with the latest opportunities for educational content that are free and available for continued personal development. This personal development will undoubtedly have an overall impact. Jèn Mapou’s mission is to find outlets for Haitian youth to promote their full development for the progress of Haiti.