Why Is Haiti, Haiti?
Hope for Haiti manages 15 acres of land used for demonstrative agriculture projects. The projects provide training, seeds and supplies to local farmers. The land is also used as a cooperative farm to produce food and generate income for area residents. As an ongoing project we have installed rain water collection systems and communal composting latrines on the island.
In Hope for Haiti provided a water filter to every household in the village of Grand Sable. The water filters provide clean safe drinking water to over families.
The filters are easy to use, maintain, and will last for over five years.
Hope for Haiti has been working with the administration of Ecole du St. Espirit de Grande Sable since At that time the small school in Grand-Sable, Ile-a-Vache provided preschool through second grade classes for 35 children whose families did not have the means to pay the costs associated with private or public education.
Because there are no other schools in Grand Sable most children had to walk up to three hours a day to schools in other villages.
Many of these children had poor attendance because they could make it to school on days when the weather was bad and they were unable to cross one of the many waterways on the island. Espirit de Grande Sable was a one room school with a dirt floor, palm frond walls and a tin roof destroyed during the hurricane season.
In Hope for Haiti built a five classroom school for the community of Grand Sable. The new Ecole du St. Espirit provided free education to impoverished children. In five additional classrooms, a cafeteria, library, and administrative offices were built.
The school currently enrolls students annually and employees 13 full time personnel.Haiti—USAID Water and Sanitation project · DAI, an international development company.
DAI works on the frontlines of international development.
Transforming ideas into action—action into impact. We are committed to shaping a more livable world. Pure Water, Pure Love has a three-fold mission: to supply missionaries with water filters, to provide the people they serve with wells that offer clean water and to supply missions teams with water filters for use on short-term missions trips.
Caring House Project Foundation. Thanks for visiting! This page contains a summary of our efforts in Haiti and around the world since and into The Vassar Haiti Project functions through the auction and sale of Haitian art and handcrafts.
Our contributions are guided by five initiatives: education, medical access, reforestation, water purification and women's leadership.
The Haiti earthquake (French: Séisme de à Haïti; Haitian Creole: Tranblemanntè 12 janvye nan peyi Ayiti) was a catastrophic magnitude M w earthquake, with an epicenter near the town of Léogâne (), approximately 25 kilometres (16 mi) west of Port-au-Prince, Haiti's capital. The earthquake occurred at local time ( UTC) on Tuesday, 12 January Haiti Water Project, Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
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