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Hope - One Village at a Time

PROVIDING HOPE AND DIGNITY TO THE POOREST OF THE POOR IN HAITI

Homes For Destitute Families

We start with housing. The families we assist typically live in primitive shelters made from cast off materials. We provide a secure, dry, clean, cinder block home that they own to start a new beginning.

Safe Water and Sanitation

Water borne disease is a killer in poor communities. We ensure clean water and proper sanitation, through wells, water purification and sanitary facilities.

Community Development and Education

We help coordinate and train local village councils so residents can manage their own affairs. We also support educational development for children and adults.

Sustainable Food and Income

Establishing sustainable food sources; goats, chickens, gardens, cassava bakeries is an important step. In addition we help residents develop income producing enterprises to better provide for their families.

Medical Services

Basic healthcare services and preventative care saves lives. Working with Haitian doctors and medical staff, we work to fill the void of primary medical care for families in some of our villages. Medication, testing, prenatal care are a few of the services provided.

Results Since 2001

People Provided Fresh Water

Homes Built for Families

People Housed

Animals for Food & Income

Students Given a Year of Education

Since 2001, Hope for Haitians has worked to bring clean water, food, housing, education and medical services to Haiti, home to more than nine million people and considered to be the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere.

While helping to meet the basic needs of Haitians for housing and clean water, Hope for Haitians also creates sustainable solutions for continued self-sufficiency and provides education programs to prepare the next generation

Recent News & Updates

Wilna Estephat’s Story

Wilna Estephat – Pistere Wilna Estephat is a 36-year-old mother of five children living in the village of Pistere in Northern Haiti. The home her family lived in was described by one of her children in this way, “Our house was really deplorable. She was leaning, some...

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Siliane Saint Ilia’s Story

Siliane Saint Ilia - Dumas Siliane Saint Ilia is a resident of Dumas in northern Haiti where she lives with her four children ages 2-13. Prior to encountering Hope for Haitians, Silane was renting a home. The property, like many in the area, was in poor condition with...

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Rosena Paul’s Story

Rosena Paul – Dumas Rosena Paul is a 64-year-old widow with great responsibilities. As the mother of 6 children and grandmother of 4 grandchildren she is devoted to caring for family. Like many in her village of Dumas she and her family lived in inadequate and unsafe...

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