Haiti Projects is a 501C(3) non-profit corporation with focused initiatives to empower women of rural Haiti toward a self-sufficiency. We provide access to jobs at
fair trade wages, education, health care, and avenues for building sustainable community. Haiti Projects is located in the town of Fond des Blancs. We
are currently the second largest employer in a region of Haiti where over
60,000 people live with no electricity or public services.
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FROM THE ARTISANA
"My job with Haiti Projects has helped me in so many ways, for example, I can pay school fees for my kids. It gives me freedom so I don't have to depend on anyone."
~ Marie Eugenie Buissereth, Stamper
"If it were not for my employment with Haiti Projects I don't think I could feed my kids or send them to school and I definitely could not have bought a piece of land, which I recently saved up enough money to do."
~ Rezila Policat, Assistant
So, buying and giving away goats and chickens was fun and also a great challenge. Have you ever tried to get a goat to go in a certain direction? Have you ever tried to catch a chicken?