Don Adamson has been working in Haiti since February 2000. After experiencing 4 hurricanes in 2008 he started Acts 29 Missions in a remote area above Cabaret. To continue with the vision of “Haitians Changing Haiti”, in 2011 Acts 29 built the first school in Haut-Pissa. At the same time expanding it’s village ministry from Cabaret to Delieces to the east and Williamson to Font-Baptist to the west. Today Acts 29 Missions works in 17 villages, focusing on the elderly, widowed, youth and children.
Agape to the Nations
Agape to the Nations, INC
695 Nashville Pike #191
Gallatin, TN 37066
Phone Number : 1855-4AGAPE0 (1855-424-2730)
Avek Ou is a nonprofit organization that supports and empowers the 150+ boys that reside at the Centre d’Accueil in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, a shelter for boys with no family support. Our mission: Supporting the children at the Delmas 3 Welcome Centre in Port-au-Prince, Haiti on their journey toward achievement, fulfillment, independence and a stronger community. For more information, email email@example.com. Website: http://www.avekou.org
The vision of the Chanje Movement is to bring a hope and future to the children of Haiti through community transformation and revival. We believe Haitians are the Heroes and we do everything we can to equip and empower the people of Haiti – this generation and those to come – to change their country through self determination and interdependence.
All our in-country staff and volunteers are Haitian. They partner with and provide leadership to a growing network to accelerate social, spiritual, educational and economic development. Staff
serve as liaisons, caregivers, supervisors, pastors and more. Current areas of focus include training for pastors and community leaders, micro-credit lending and community partnerships, serving vulnerable children, building partnerships to make an impact beyond our own reach. We choose to do this with replicable models wherever possible.
For more information about Chanje, please contact our field director:
CLIMB for Haiti is an American-based non-profit that works with Haitians who have stepped out on their own to follow God’s call on their heart.Our Haitian partner organizations fall under the umbrella of the CLIMB family, while maintaining their individual Haitian leadership. We currently have two partner organizations, Accolade for Saving Lives and Fondation Tous Ensemble Clinic, both in Les Cayes. CLIMB strives to follow Haitian leadership well by providing guidance when asked, fundraising when needed and ongoing skills training in business & financial management, trauma-informed care, and a mindset of sustainability as we move forward together.
Accolade for Saving Lives (ASL) has reunited “street boys” with their families, working to empower employment and educate families while modeling Christ-like love and teaching the gospel message. ASL’s director strives to keep families together by empowering family leadership and placing respect where it belongs – with parents. ASL is operated by 9 Haitian employees. ASL operates a peanut butter production program, a sewing training program, small business loans for program families and is developing other areas to increase their ability to sustain programming.
Fondation Tous Ensemble Clinic provides Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Public Health Education, Disability Awareness, Club Foot Treatment, Orthopedic Prosthesis assessment and production and many more services to the Les Cayes area. Tous sees approximately 60 patients daily. The organization is directed by Haitians, has full time Haitian staff as well as visiting interns and volunteers from Chile, United States, and Canada.
We do a little work in Port au Prince, 3 places in the Caberet area but most of our work is now done in Gonaives as we feel the other areas are doing ok at being Haitian lead.
We have a school, a church, a feeding program, an animal program, a sewing program, and we do clinic work plus pastor training. It is all Haitian run and we are just their to support until it is self sustaining and they are able to manage on their own. We are providing the children with an education but we are also teaching the parents how to make sandals, and other items to sell, we provide them with animals so they may take to market and sell eggs and chickens and goats, pigs and ducks. We provide farming tools and seeds to help those interested in gardening. We provide sewing machines and hold classes for parents to learn how to make a living with this skill.
We also work to keep orphans from going into orphanages by finding a relative that they may live with and we help the family out by providing a sponsor for the child’s schooling, we help with feeding the family if needed, and also getting them involved in some of our programs such as the animal program and sewing classes so the child won’t be a burden on the family.
We also ship in containers and many other missions use the containers to get personal items there along with things they are not able to buy in Haiti (boat motors for a special boat etc) and supplies to keep their missions running (water project equipment etc)
We work primarily in the remote villages on the southwest peninsula of Haiti – Petite Riviere, Saint Jean Du Sud. We travel to the villages of Teneti and Madame Pierre’s on the mountain. Programming and community engagement are at the core of our strategy. We invest heavily in relationships to start programs and support the development of solutions and delivering reliable tools to those who need them the most.ELT believes in empowering the people to be self sustaining and not depending on others. A Home Health program was started for the elderly who cannot afford medications for diabetes, high blood pressure, etc. and provide a limited amount of ROM exercises to the ones who need it. We have started a depot for the local villagers to have access to purchase the main staples of life- rice, beans, oil, water, etc. There is a hunger relief program for those who need it. We are in the process of creating a sewing school to be able to provide a skill that is much needed in the village. Skills are much needed to provide an opportunity for an income. We have an embroidery class called “H.U.G.S.” which stands for Helping Us Grow Spiritually. They were taught a skill of embroidery plus the gospel is being shared and they can interact socially. The towels they embroider are then brought back to the US for sale or they can sell their own. We have provided the materials for chicken houses in two locations with more to come. They are taught how to raise meat chickens and eggs that they can sell to be self sustaining. The goat ministry program is also a way to help families out by providing goats they can raise to sell and also for much needed meat. Education is a very important tool in Haiti and therefore we do look for godparents to provide an opportunity for children to receive their education and prayers. We believe in making strong relationships, love our neighbor as ourselves, and make disciples all for God’s glory.
Gift of Hope is an ethical fashion project protecting people and our earth. We are a socially responsible and environmentally conscious organization breaking the cycle of poverty through job creation and orphan prevention. Founded in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Gift of Hope is changing lives through stable income, discipleship, education, and the investment of relationships. Our goal to raise families out of poverty is a holistic effort to educate and empower the entire family system. We work to provide love, stability, and dignity for our employees because people matter most.
Good Samaritan Foundation of Haiti is a small non-profit (US 501 c 3) from the Virgin Islands. We are a secular, community-based group, we try to connect all aspects of our work into a ‘wheel of life’ so that resources are built up and remain in the community, whether it’s nutrition from our large agriculture program, jobs, scholarships, skills training, education, emergency medical care, water infrastructure, latrines, or knowledge-sharing. All staff are Haitian apart from brief visitors and volunteers, and the overseas administrator, and were already in their two communities doing some of this work since before we were able to unite them. We make it possible for them to take charge of what their communities need.We have 2 schools in Haiti, one on Ile a Vache, and the other between Petit Goave and Grand Goave at Morne Tapion. Each is K-9th grade, around 300 children, and has a full lunch program.
Most of our other programs are on Ile a Vache in a 3 village area. We have a lawyer, 24 teachers, 2 agronomists and many other staff (total 50+) nearly all from the areas they work in. We give scholarships to high-school, trade schools, and university for people who will return to the community.
Our mission is to provide education for children who have otherwise no means of attending school, enabling them to better their lives and the lives of their families.
We bring students into the school system after they’ve been left behind. For many of our students, the only hot meal they eat each day is served at the Greater Good Haiti (Pi Gwo Byen) school. We’ve graduated more than 70 students who we now support in their high school studies. Thanks to our supporters, our program has dramatically changed the trajectory of the lives of our students and their families.
Haiti Air Ambulance
C/O Nicole Dierlam
1 Terry Street
Patchogue, NY 11772
HAITI BASE OPERATIONS
Ayiti Air Anbilans
#54, Rue D, Park Industriel Métropolitain
Blvd des Industries & Rte de l’aéroport
Delmas, Haiti HT6120
Haiti Awake was founded in 2014 with the goal of relationships that focus on the hope of the Gospel through involvement in community development, economic development, and church-ministry development.We currently employ 12 Haitians in a variety of positions to further the goal of our mission.We also have 13 children in our care, children who are being developed into Kingdom warriors, with one of the goals of our economic development being the creation of real, sustainable jobs for them as they age out of care.The majority of our efforts are concentrated in Tabarre 14, but we do work with pastors in Bon Repos, Canaan, Fondeblan, and Okay, and we have been west of Jeremie since Matthew pursuing relationships in a community which is currently without a Gospel witness.
Our American board strongly believes the following:
Local people are at the heart of what God is doing in any particular place.
Our role is to come alongside them, and strengthen their hand. As outsiders we are called to amplify their voices, lighten their load, equip and support them. For they are the true change-makers.
Haiti Deaf Academy
3766 Walker Road
Walker, Iowa 52352
The Haiti Deaf Academy (HDA) provides language development, access to academic education, vocational training, spiritual development and hearing health to over 40 deaf and hard of hearing Haitian children. These students, ages 4-18, have no other access to education and most come to the HDA without language skills. They learn sign language so they can laugh and play with deaf peers…and grow physically and spiritually in this encouraging environment.
The HDA, a 501c3) employs 19 Haitians, 15 of whom are deaf. The HDA is located in Cabaret, Haiti and services children throughout the area.
For more information, please contact Meredith Henderson, firstname.lastname@example.org.
HAITI OUTREACH MINISTRIES in Cite Soleil, Menelas, and Terre Noire
Haiti Outreach Ministries
P. O. Box 71042
Durham, NC 27722g
HANDS & FEET PROJECT in Jacmel
Hands and Feet Project has spent the past 14 years caring for the orphaned and abandoned in Haiti, and fighting to keep families together through job creation. IKONDO, an upscale hosting facility nestled in the mountains above Grand Goave Haiti, is a job-creation, mission-tourism initiative powered by the Hands and Feet Project. IKONDO, poised to change the way the Church approaches Missions in Haiti, hosts traditional missional experiences while providing more upscale hospitality and touristic excursions. It’s our hope that we not only create jobs through mission-tourism, but a more dignified and equitable exchange between our passionate guests and our Haitian hosts. Come Serve, Come Explore, Come Retreat. Book now at Handsandfeetproject.org
“We’re a non-profit, Christian organization committed to meeting the spiritual, physical, and educational needs of impoverished families in Haiti. We desire to see future generations of healthy, educated, self-sustaining Haitian communities, living with integrity and striving to make Jesus famous. To see our vision become reality, God has called us to focus our efforts on these 4 directives: care for the vulnerable, create jobs and vocational skills, improve the local healthcare, and train and equip local pastors. Our ministry is focused in the area of Les Anglais, Haiti. We have a local school with over 400 children and support over 20 widows and special needs friends each month. We hold a quarterly medical clinic to help build relationships and meet the medical needs of the community. We are grateful that God has called us to Les Anglais to work the fields so we can bring in a harvest for the Father’s glory! Please visit our website at Harvestfieldhaiti.org for more information.”
We approach Maternal Health care with a model based in quality care, love, respect, and relationship building. The women that enter the prenatal program are known by name, their stories are known by the midwives that help to see them through a safe pregnancy and delivery. The Midwifery Model of care is based on education and relationship. Those two things increase the likelihood of a positive outcome, even in a country where pregnancy is risky.
Heartline Ministries is providing prenatal care, labor and delivery services and postpartum care to the underserved women of Port au Prince.Women join our Prenatal program at the beginning of their pregnancy and come to our center weekly for monitoring and to receive vitamins, a good meal, and an educational class relating to caring for themselves during pregnancy. After the baby is born, often in our own birthing room, the mother and child move into the Child Development class. This class is designed to teach practical parenting skills to the mothers. We are seeing healthy babies being born in Haiti and are so blessed to share in this experience with these precious mothers! And just as important we are seeing mothers survive the birthing experience and return home to their family. It is a sad fact that, in Haiti, too many mothers die during or shortly after birth due to lack of simple medical care leaving their children orphaned. In our maternity center we are turning the tide against this terrible trend. It is our belief that the best way to care for orphans is to prevent this from happening.
Contact: Pastor Michel Morisset
Our mission is family preservation, or orphan prevention. We assist Haitian families enrolled in our program by providing school scholarships, medical and dental services via our resident Haitian physician and visiting dental specialists, economic opportunity via our co-op project, and spiritual growth via our Haitian Champlain.
Haitians serving in our org total 17 as of 9/2018. They include our Haitian pastor who serves as chaplain to all our families as well as liaison to local churches and schools, our school scholarship director, our resident Haitian physician, the medical clinic assistant, and various other Haitians involved in a variety of ways. In addition, the HOPE Co-op is Haitian organized and led by Haitians 100%.
Field Directors are Luke and Julie Brouwer. The may be reached by email at email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. Our website is hope community project.org
Konbit Haiti is an organization that is designed to help Haitians determine best practice for their communities. We are currently located in the area of Montrouis, Haiti and work in multiple villages all over the Artibonite valley. We currently run programs that are focused on keeping families together, communities empowered, and people excited about life in Haiti. All of our programs are Haitian-run and Haitian-initiated, with our collaboration in planning and execution of each program. We have an after-school program that serves over 100 families year-round, a kids’ camp serving even more families than during the school year. We have a Pastor’s Coalition that meets once a month with pastors all around the area to discuss pressing issues they have in their communities. We have a thriving water program with 5 full-time community directors who bring clean water projects and education to communities in Haiti. We also have a women’s sewing co-op, which employs 15 women. Additionally, we have a moringa powder and coffee production co-op, which helps employ a handful of people, as well. In addition to these ongoing programs, we have many seminars throughout the year, which include: parenting and marriage classes, health basics, pastoral training, women’s seminars, business training, and more.
KORE Foundation demonstrates the love of Christ by focusing on steps “beyond relief”, implementing projects that impact immediate needs and empower future generations. KORE’s Poultry Project provides a Haitian the necessary training, finance and oversight to begin a small business of their own, providing food and income security for their family. Unlike relief dollars that are given, spent and must be replenished, dollars invested in economic development never stop working. We purchase eggs and chicken from KORE farmers providing much needed protein for kids, supporting families and boosting the local economy.
Our headquarters are located in Mirebalais, Haiti and Nashville, Tennessee. Operations in Haiti are directed by our Haitian staff consisting of the National Director, Director of Production, Evangelism Pastor and 15 Field Agents.
Little Footprints Big Steps Child Protection Organization’s work focuses on reuniting children with their families, then ensuring medical care; enable education and vocation training; small business start-ups; agriculture development; health, human rights and abuse prevention awareness and opportunities for dignity, self-sufficiency and empowerment. Serving families primarily throughout the Southern peninsula. We work closely with Haitian authorities and also run two Transitional Safehouses to provide temporary safe healing.
No Time For Poverty is a 501(c)3 dedicated to providing comprehensive pediatric health care in Port Salut, Haiti, through Klinik Timoun Nou Yo (KTNY).Klinik Timoun Nou Yo, creole for “Our Children’s Clinic,” serves over 16,000 children each year and provides the very finest in urgent and primary care, well baby evaluation and vaccination, and breastfeeding consultation and education.KTNY also provides nutrition training, food supplementation and dietary consultation for severely and moderately malnourished children ages one day to five years.All staff at KTNY areHaitian and live in or near Port Salut.
One Gift, One Child exists to provide a safe place for vulnerable children to come and receive healing through love, nurture, discipleship and counseling all while fighting to stay in a family unit.
One Gift, One Child seeks to show value to those who are abused, neglected, thrown away and looked down upon by the Haitian culture. This has many aspects but the main goal is to provide EVERY child a safe environment where they are protected from abuse, neglect and abandonment. If a child cannot be reunited with their family, then a Haitian foster family will be raised up in order to ensure children are in a loving home versus an institutional orphanage.
Our target group of children we fight to protect are special needs children, sexual abuse victims coming from corrupt orphanages and our community of children who are living under gang influences. We work to prevent orphans by empowering families to defend the weak, rescue the abused, redeem and re-integrate.
One Spirit Medical Missions (OSMM) is a Christian, non-profit, 501(c)(3) corporation, founded in May 2011.We are a group of individuals uniting as one body, with a vision formed by years of care to the sick and the needy (both in the US and Haiti).Our guiding scripture is Ephesians 4:1-6, which guides us to serve humbly and as part of One Body and One Spirit.As such, we come along side ministries existing in Haiti to provide much needed medical care and community health education.We also currently provide scholarships to a third year medical student and a second year nursing student.
We serve primarily in the St Marc area, with a focus on pediatric care.Teams of medical and non-medical volunteers from the US travel to Haiti twice a year to perform school physicals and acute care for Bread of Life Ministries, a Haitian organization that has schools in St Marc, Timonet and Pont Sonde that serve nearly 800 children.We also employ a Haitian pediatrician, whose residency was sponsored by OSMM, to visit Bread of Life Children’s Home every Saturday.
Our newest partnership is with One Gift, One Child, a St Marc ministry started by a Haitian man and his American wife.It is totally staffed by Haitians who provide care for special needs children and minister to the local neighborhood, which is in the poorest part of St Marc.OSMM teams have provided medical care for these children and their parents as well as community health training sessions. They will soon be opening a government approved rescue center for children exploited by corrupt orphanages, with hopes of eventually returning them to their families.
Paradigm (perəˌdīm) is a company offering versatile yoga retreats in the beautiful, but unconventional country of Haiti. While yoga, meditation, and relaxation are central points of our trips, the passion behind Paradigm comes from the idea of shifting your perspective about a place you only thought you knew. Despite what we are shown on television about Haiti, it is a country with rich culture and vibrant people. A place rooted in resilience and unwavering faith. On Paradigm yoga retreats you will experience local live music, learn about the history of the only country to stage a successful slave rebellion in modern times, and experience the dedication and commitment people have in their local communities. 10% of our profits are donated to a local orphanage, Redeemer’s Child that our founder has directly worked with. Guests will also have the opportunity to visit the orphanage and meet the family caring for the children. Our groups spend a few days at Moulin Sur Mer in Montrouis and a few days in Tabarre and Croix des Bouquets working with Redeemer’s Child. We strive to work with and highlight organizations and businesses owned and operated by Haitians. The Paradigm team is extremely humbled to provide this eye-opening experience to those who are ready for an adventure and ready to journey beyond themselves. Prepare to take in the incredible mountains, miles of coastline, turquoise Caribbean waters, and a culture that you are sure to fall in love with.
All yoga levels are welcome on our trips!
To learn more about our work or trips, please visit our website, send us an email, or follow along on social media!
5475 Lee St., Suite 301
Lehigh Acres, FL 33971
Phone: 239-368-8390, or 877-764-5439
In Case of Emergency: 239-222-9793
SCHOOL OF CHOICE
L’Ecole de Choix / the School of Choice
www.SchoolofChoice.org US Mobile / WhatsApp +1-312-493-9929 SXM Mobile +590-690-193-111 Haiti Mobile +509-4904-4477 Laura Pincus Hartman
Our mission (listed on the landing page) is “to partner with Haitians to educate and develop Haitian youth to lead their communities, Haiti and the world,” and all but one staff member on our Mirebalais campus is Haitian. Our focus is on developing our students so they can become leaders, but also developing our faculty and other staff so they can enhance their own professional (and other) capacities. But what is important is that the ones *doing* the developing are Haitians – the faculty or others whom we bring in for professional development purposes always are Haitians, too.
Shining Hope Missions (SHOMI) is an organization, led by Donald & Angela Nolin working with a Haitian team led by Chrismann St Fleur.SHOMI works to empower & serve communities, families & children in Haiti. Our Haitian team coordinates 2 soccer teams & a kid’s club in Tabarre & Croix des Bouquet.Every Saturday, 2 soccer teams practice or play games & over 40 kids enjoy fun, educational activities at the kid’s club.Several times a year, a group comes to Haiti from the US to work with the Haitian group. We hold a vacation bible school, soccer matches, mental health education, & a medical clinic.We also plant fruit trees, complete school improvement projects, & visit families in the communities of Tabarre & Croix des Bouquet.On these occasions, we can have over 250 kids taking part in SHOMI activities. SHOMI’s mission is to empower Haitians by teaching & modeling leadership & integrity.The program focuses on youth in the community & spreading God’s word.We are committed to our cause & employing Haitians to assist in running the organization.We would love to hear from you.
Address: Shining Hope Missions, PO Box 786 W Outer Rd Imperial, MO 63052-9998
Facebook Page: @ShiningHopeMissions
3950 Green Valley School Rd.
Sebastopol, CA 95472
Founded in 2010, Starfysh has been serving the people of La Gonave by installing and monitoring water filters in homes, educating the children of Makochon, and utilizing agriculture on several different levels to help promote a self sustaining economy. We focus on educating villages about agriculture based on their requests, provide seedlings of various trees, lead seminars to explain the benefits of Moringa and how it can be used as an income source and package Moringa powder for retail sales in Haiti. These services are all led and maintained through Haitian staff. For further information, please contact our Agricultural Specialist, Paul Donn Jean, via phone at 509 3784 3735 or email him at email@example.com.
Yahve Jire Children’s Foundation
P.O. Box 24597
Pittsburgh, PA 15234-9998
Director Chedlin Justinvil
501 3(c) US
Childrens Home, Boys and Girls Transitional independent Living Program and Apartments, Concrete Block Factory, Yummy School, Elim Christian Assembly Church, Womens Micro business loans
Haitian owned and operated, US supported in Pittsburgh and Raleigh, NC
I should be editing the list at the beginning of the year. Mèsi.
Gloria, I forgot to add tht YJCF is located in Despinos on National 3.
Oh sure. I’ll try to get to that. Can you spell out the name of the organization so that I make sure I have the correct one?