News & Updates

Project and fundraising updates to keep supporters and donors informed of our work.

The villages were we work are in the process of transforming into vibrant communities. Join us on the journey as we walk with them on a road from desperate poverty to a new sense of hope.

Education Update 2024

Education Update 2024

During the 2023-2024 school year, Hope for Haitians provided scholarships to 288 children attending 30 different schools across 9 different communities in North and Northeast Haiti. These scholarships bridge the gap between what parents can afford and what is needed...

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Haiti Update March 12, 2004

Haiti Update March 12, 2004

Friends of Haiti: Difficulties in Haiti are still in the news. As someone who supports our work, you may have questions about how current conditions affect our ability to make an impact in the country. As always, it is important to remember that the bad news from...

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Wells of Hope Campaign

Wells of Hope Campaign

You can change lives and help provide safe water to the families in the remote Haitian village of Acul Samedi. Whether you make a donation, start a team, or simply support us by sharing the campaign, your help goes a long way and makes a difference.

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Water Issues in Haiti

Water Issues in Haiti

Access to clean water is hard to come by in Haiti, especially in rural areas, contributing to public health challenges and impeding daily living thoughout the country. Many communities, especially those in rural areas face severe shortages and contamination issues....

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Shaping the Future: Our Commitment to Education

Shaping the Future: Our Commitment to Education

As we prepare to go back to school and Haiti resumes another academic year on September 11, 2023, it’s crucial to take a moment to reflect on the state of education in Haiti. Education in Haiti has been a critical challenge for the nation. With limited resources, a...

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Hope for Haitians 18th Village Project

Hope for Haitians 18th Village Project

Preparations are under way for Hope for Haitians 18th Village project, St Joseph Village, in Acul Samedi, located in northeast Haiti. Acul Samedi is a small, rural community located in the Fort Liberté commune, primarily consisting of farmers who cultivate crops such...

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Stories of Hope

Wilna’s Story

Wilna – Pistere Wilna 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 side was...

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Siliane’s Story

Siliane - Dumas Siliane 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 a leaky roof. This is...

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Rosena’s Story

Rosena – Dumas Rosena 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 housing....

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Rose-Mirlande’s Story

Rose-Mirlande - Dumas At 25 Rose-Mirlande is the mother of two young girls, ages one and four. She and her family are residents of Dumas in northeast Haiti where 60% of families live in substandard housing. Despite living in accommodations that were insecure and...

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Mikerline’s Story

Mikerline – Viard Mikerline is a married 32-year-old resident of Viard in Northern Haiti. She and her husband Renaud Lagguerre have five children, 2 boys and 3 girls. As anyone with a large family knows keeping track of 5 kids is a fulltime job. Some time ago,...

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Justine’s Story

Justine Telfort – Dumas Justine Telfort lives with her sister Rosenie in Dumas located in rural northern Haiti. These two single mothers are raising 5 children between them. The fathers of the children partially pay for tuition and provide food sometimes. Day to day,...

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