What We Do - Our Projects

Our goal is provide a sustainable improvement in the lives of those we serve. Housing, reliable food sources, clean water, medical care, education and economic opportunity are all part of our approach.

Hope for Haitians has already completed sixteen building projects. The first in Cotes-de-Fer, and the remaining in the Cap Haitian area. These villages were built under the premise to provide self sustaining life for their villagers. 2021 will continue our campaign to establish sustainability and education projects, upgrade and build new homes, and construct our seventeenth building project in Pistere, Haiti. These villages have developed more than a place to call home – they planted the seeds for a new life of security and dignity.

Villages

Safe, secure homes for families to begin a new life of hope and opportunity

Safe Water

Clean, Healthy water to support health and fight water borne disease

Education

The path to a new future lies in education. With education new opportunities arise

About Hope – Hope for Haitians Video 2011

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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