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
CESAL is an independent organization of other entities in economic, political or other characters. He was born of a Christian experience lived communally and open to the world. For this reason, CESAL moves from the opinions and suggestions of Catholic social teaching and the rich historical experience that feeds it.
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.
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
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.
611 Access Rd, 2nd Floor
Stratford, CT 06615
7 Rue Jordany II
Anse-a-Galets, La Gonave
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.
SALT LAKE CTY , UT 84109
The Haiti School Project was created by Tim Myers and Fred Ireland after hearing a follow-up story on NPR’s Planet Money about a school building that was started in Villard, Haiti. The building of the school had stalled, literally, at the foundation stage. Tim and Fred had never met but heard the same story on NPR and wanted to help. They each independently contacted NPR asking if something more could be done. They were put in touch with each other and this was the genesis of The Haiti School Project.
PO Box 1894
Glenwood Springs, CO 81602
We are committed to funding teacher salaries at College Mixte Marius Carnold so students can stay in school regardless of their ability to pay, providing job security and training to the teachers, and hope to the community. We lead groups of adults and students on summer trips to build ties with the Haitian community through construction projects, games, art, music and sport. We provide business training and entrepreneurial support to adults. Emphasis is on team work and cooperation in order to establish a genuine long term partnership with the schools and the community.
120 Bouvant Drive
Princeton, NJ 08540
Manusodany is a non-profit association that was created on August 26, 2007, to support and/or implement development projects for disadvantaged populations in Haiti. Its headquarters are located in Paris. Its operational base in charge of field activities is located in Cap Haitien, in northern Haiti.
Manusodany is recognized as an NGO by the Ministry of Planning and External Cooperation of Haiti. Manusodany aims to support or reinforce existing Haitian structures that are struggling to function due to lack of funding but have good development potential (well-targeted activities and responding to local needs, motivation of staff and management teams, etc. .).