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Our Services


Our overall goal is to intervene and tackle strategic problems faced by children in Haiti which have all been linked to extreme poverty, impact of natural disasters coupled with political instability through partnership and community initiatives.

  1. Education

Education ensures children have access to early child development opportunities and life skills training to secure their future. Unfortunately, only about half of all children in Haiti are enrolled in primary school. This is because 92% of schools are private, leaving most families unable to pay school fees. Our education services offer scholarship opportunities, learning materials, afterschool programs and youth mentoring.

  1. Health Care

Every day, children die in their numbers in Haiti due to lack of proper health care. Only 40% of children have access to health services. Sometimes, health centers are located scores of miles from homes. Our health care intervention is to help make health care accessible and promote the wellbeing of children and their families.

  1. Nutrition

Malnutrition affects a vast majority of Haitian children often leading to significant problems in their physical and mental development. No child deserves to hungry. Our nutrition intervention include: food distribution in severe cases and encouraging home gardening to families.

  1. Household Economic Strengthening

Haiti is one of the poorest countries in the world. About 65% of the Haitian population is said to be living below the poverty line. Our Economic strengthening interventions is intended to improve the economic situation of households and families so they can provide for the essential needs of their children. We do this through Livelihoods & Vocational Training and start up grants for beneficiaries.

  1. Psychosocial Support

Our Psychosocial support services provide children and families with resources that help them build resilience for emotional, social, mental and spiritual wellbeing. We do this through kiddies club, entertainment, youth mentoring, career counseling and parenting Support.

  1. Child Protection

Our child protection interventions prevent and respond to child abuse, exploitation and neglect, and family separation to ensure that children are cared for in a loving and supportive environment.

  1. Shelter and Clothing

UNICEF estimates that about 1.2 million people, including 540,000 children, have been affected by the recent earthquake in Haiti. Children and families who have been displaced need shelter and clothing. Many others take refuge under defective shelters. We are working with partners to help keep children and families safe, warm and adequately sheltered.

  1. Special Population Care

We categorize children with certain peculiarities such as children who are heads of households, children with disabilities, children outside family care, children of parents with disabilities, children of key HIV-affected patients as special population. For these special needs population, we provide direct services as and when needed; such services as payment of bills, fees, edibles, transportation, etc.