Clean Water Projects in Haiti

Water is Life

From 2002-2006, Hope for Haitians was engaged in a significant series of water projects in addition to its other efforts. Those activities resulted in over 270,000 people provided with clean water from 62 wells. Since 2006, additional water projects in the new villages has increased that number.

Cap Haitien Water Project – 2006
32 Wells
Serving 50,000 people in Cap Haitien

Gonaives Water Project – 2005
18 Wells
Serving 70,000 people in Gonaives

Cap Haitien Water Project – 2004
17 Wells
Serving 120,000 people in Cap Haitien, Limonade and Plaine de Nord

Duval Water Project – 2003
3 Wells
Serving 27,000 people in Duval, Petionville and Barbancourt

Dubois Water Project – 2002
2 Wells
Serving 3,000 people in Port de Paix

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....

Duval Water Project Completed

Duval Water Project Completed

2004 – Project brings clean water to the isolated mountain community of Duval, Haiti. The spring was protected, a 15,000 gallon reservoir built and a network of piping now brings water to distribution points in the community.

Essential Water Project Completed in Dubois

Essential Water Project Completed in Dubois

A new crucial water infrastructure project in Dubois, Haiti is completed providing access to clean water. Water projects like this are a critical step in improving living conditions in rural Haitian communities.