Anseye Pou Ayiti envisions an education system in Haiti that affords all the country’s citizens their human right to a high-quality education by promoting teacher excellence and student success. We have a bold vision focused on reimagining the role of high-quality Haitian teacher leaders for the ultimate benefit of all students.
Anseye Pou Ayiti will raise education outcomes in disadvantaged areas of Haiti by recruiting and training outstanding teachers for existing schools. Transformational teaching and leadership will equip all children with the knowledge, skills, and mindsets to achieve their full potential with equal opportunity, pursue lives of mutual prosperity, and contribute to a more enlightened 21st century world.
748 Bridge Street, Unit 2, Lowell, MA 01850
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.
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.
Foundation Hope for Haiti is a Florida based 501 C3 fundraising organization that supports Fondation Espoir’s work in Haiti. Fondation Espoir provides essential humanitarian programs in the areas of education, health, entrepreneurship, social communications, community development and democracy building.
Foundation Hope for Haiti is deeply involved in helping to rebuild communities after the devastating earthquake that occurred on January 12, 2010, through initiatives designed to rebuild vibrant lives, functional organizations and thriving local communities.
Delray Beach, FL 33448
Gospel Driven Direction
As believers and followers of Jesus Christ, we desire to obey the call of the Great Commission given by Jesus Christ: "Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I have commanded you. And behold, I am with you always, to the end of the age" - Matthew 28:19-20.
A Focus on Education and Leadership
The way we are making disciples is through the means of education, by focusing on two aspects.
First, we are discipling teachers to be effective disciple makers, to model Christ likeness in the classroom and become experts in the field of education.
Secondly, through an academic/leadership school. Gospel Haiti school was founded in 2014 and is a training ground for future leaders who will serve in the name of Christ. Whether students leave our school to become pastors, teachers, lawyers, doctors, politicians or other leadership positions, our hope is that they will be future leaders in the name of Christ, fulfilling Christ's call for their lives. This is how we intend to fulfill the great commission.
FREDERICK, MD 21702
Northern Haiti Sustainability Initiative, Incorporated (NHSI) was founded to provide for the long-term sustainability of schools in Northern Haiti. An unfortunate reality is that many schools in Haiti are constructed with no plan for sustaining daily operations. NHSI provides training and funds to properly budget and finance teacher wages, books, school supplies, an on- campus water source, and daily student meals. Teacher training is provided to raise the quality of education, including each school's ability to perform successfully on government tests. NHSI requires rigid budgetary discipline backed by strict expense documentation for all supported schools. An integral component of each school's long-term success is the financial and hands-on participation of the students' parents and local community.
Hudson Falls, NY 12839 USA
During their undergraduate years at the University of Florida, Priscilla Zelaya, Ph.D. and Bertrhude Albert, Ph.D. co-founded P4H Global, formerly Projects for Haiti. They had traveled to Haiti, separately on several occasions and realized that they shared an unwavering passion for the Haitian people. They became determined to find a way to significantly contribute to the rebuilding of Haiti.
On March 5th, 2011, Priscilla and Bertrhude took a group of 19 UF students to Cap-Haitien, Haiti. Although they had no prior experience organizing international trips, they were confident that this trip would have a significant impact on the Haitian people. To their surprise, their impact was significant but was not positive. For months leading up the trip, Priscilla and Bertrhude had their team collect over 1,000 pounds of shoes, clothes, and food. They were confident that bringing mountains of supplies would help the Haitian people. After 7 days of distributing food and clothes, Priscilla and Bertrhude sought feedback from Haitian leaders in the community. The Haitian leaders told Priscilla and Bertrhude that because of the missions trip, many merchants in the community were going to lose business for weeks to come. Although the trip was designed to help the Haitian people, it ended up hurting the community.
Upon return to the US, Priscilla and Bertrhude committed to understanding how to truly help vulnerable populations. Fueled by their faith, for months after their trip they discussed what it meant to live out Micah 6:8, “Seek justice, love mercy, walk Humbly with your God”. They knew that seeking justice meant moving past seeing Haitians an object of sympathy. They knew seeking justice meant using their hearts and minds when helping. Priscilla and Bertrhude became convinced that although most Haitians live abject poverty, circumstances don’t determine their potential.
As they sought to further understand sustainable development, Priscilla and Bertrhude decided to make P4H Global an official organization. By July 6, 2011, P4H was incorporated as a Nonprofit Business in the state of Florida. By December 5, 2011, P4H was a 501(c)3 Nonprofit as outlined by the IRS. In the early years of formation, P4H committed to putting the development needs of the Haitian people above the self-gratifying desire to help. Years later this commitment continues to guide every program and trip P4H hosts.
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33359
Sionfonds is a nonprofit that supports rural Haitian Children and their families. Our goal is to strengthen Haitian families by providing healthcare, job training, feeding programs, adult education, goat giving programs and among other programs.
All our projects are geared toward self-determination and self-reliance for Haitian families.
We work to provide skills and education to keep families together, so families don't have to give up their children because they cannot feed or educate them.
CANYON , CA 94516