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 completed eighteen village building projects, starting with the first in Cotes-de-Fer, and the rest between Cap Haitian and Ft. Liberte in the North and Northeast. These villages were designed to provide self-sustaining lives for their residents. Our mission is ongoing as we provide secure homes, safe water, and sustainable sources of income, food, and opportunity. Our sustainable development efforts include local leadership training, access to education, basic medical care, enhancing food production, and fostering new economic opportunities. These villages have evolved into more than just places to live – they have become foundations for new lives 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

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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