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Our talented staff who organize and run the artisanat

How our hand-made and embroidered products go from spool to product 

Meet the women behind
Haiti Projects’ artisanat 

Purchase handmade Haitian products created by our artisans


Marie Marthe Saint Joas

Marie-Marthe St Joasse

Marie-Marthe is an expert sewer as well as one of HP’s managers. She walks about an hour each day to and from work and loves her work with HP, especially sewing the nightgowns. She continues to do her best work, making products for customers who understand quality workmanship and mindful purchases. 

Marie-Marthe has three grown (23, 22 and 19) children of her own and recently adopted her cousin’s 3 1/2 year old daughter because the little girl’s mother died when she was just 5 months old.

Christmene Michel

Christmene Michel

Christmene Michel is a sewer and has worked for HP for about 6 years. Before she came to HP she worked in a factory in the capital, Port-Au-Prince, and much prefers the work environment, pace and group of women at HP. She especially likes sewing the nightgowns and zipped pouches.

She lives in Franchipagne, which is about a 30-45 minutes motorcycle taxi ride to work each day. Much too far to walk. She has an 18 year old daughter and adopted her sister’s child.


Dina Polene

To support our artisanat, please visit SHOP MAISON D’HAITI or visit our DONATE PAGE.
Your purchase and donation helps to keep nearly 100 women of our community employed at Fair Trade wages.  The income these women bring in is critical as they are, in many cases, the sole caregivers for their children and a source of strength for their community.

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