Donation & Support
Your gift to the Haitian Consortium is more than a donation —
it's a commitment to long-lasting change. Make a one-time
donation or easily set up a monthly recurring gift will help
improve the lives of children and families in need.
Your donation is tax deductible.
Monthly gifts are one of the easiest and most efficient ways for
you to help Haitian children and their families become
self-sufficient. Your recurring donation to the Haitian
Consortium helps the most vulnerable people overcome poverty by
The Haitian Consortium is the leading relief charity for
the Haitian population both in Haiti and the Diaspora.
year, the Consortium's rapid response to disaster and hurricane
provides emergency assistance to families, children and
homelessness, massive relocation, and food shortage:
From June to September 2008, The Haitian Consortium has
anchored 3 boat-reliefs in Haiti with food, water, clothing, and
medicine for hurricane's victims and other people in the
Diaspora facing hardship
due to other disasters.
Community At Work
The Haitian Consortium thru a networking of 300 grassroots and
community based programs in the United States, Canada, Europe,
and the Caribbean has developed new innovative ways to serve
poor communities and promote sustainable programs in Haiti.
Haitian Consortium and its partners have worked hard to make
programs accessible to all urban and rural communities in Haiti. The
Haitian Consortium is the primary care for people with
disabilities in Haiti and the Diaspora.
Sport of Hope
Our mission is to bring hope to poor children with athletic
talent. We accomplish these goals through camping, financial support, educational
awareness in sport opportunity.
Periodically with the cooperation and logistic support of local
sporting club, corporations, and donors from the Diaspora, The
Haitian Consortium develops and sponsors county wide and regional
championships in order to help local boys and girls show their
talents and master their athletic skills. Many of them envisioned to
become professional players and use sport at a ticket out of
poverty. Your support is welcomed.
School Feeding in Haiti
Providing a meal at school is a simple but concrete way to give
poor children a chance to learn and thrive. They become better
students when their bodies are well nourished and healthy. The
incentive of getting a meal also reduces absenteeism. Most
importantly, performance improves and drop-out rates decreases.
The first operational phase of the Haitian Consortium Feeding
program for the school year-2008-2009 is already on the way for
a big success. It is estimated that 15,000 children on a monthly
basis will be provided with at least one hot meal a day. Your
donation will help us accomplish our mission
COP-Tech in Haiti
Technology has proliferated around
our homes, and the personal computer has become as essential as
the telephone in our daily lives. Computers, though, come with
their own complex universe of equipment challenges, software
issues and difficult-to-learn interfaces. Haitian families
cannot afford to buy or maintain a computer at home due to
limited income, lack of electricity, money for training, and
internet capability. For the next five years, the Haitian
Consortium will develop a free/sharing Laptop Program for
Haitian students. People can donate their old computers and
laptop to the Consortium and receive a tax deduction for each
contact us for your hardware and software
Artists & Artisans Program
The Haitian artists
and artisans program is a network of artists and artisans
working together to fight extreme hunger and poverty among them.
It is a program created by the Haitian Consortium: first to
bring national and international recognition for Haitian arts
and second to help Haitian artists secure permanent income.
use the profits of their crafts to benefit their families
and communities. Over 120 artists and artisans are members of
the program. We encourage your
donation for this program.
The Haitian Consortium is a dynamic community of scholars,
learners and concerned citizens
to empower today’s youth with the
development skills, and training needed so that they can become
tomorrow’s leaders. At the Haitian Consortium, we have a proud
tradition of leadership excellence, and building strong
community organizers, program developers, health care
professionals, religious leader and influential grassroots
directors. Become a member of our group Leadership today!
The Haitian Consortium helps create and expand local food
markets that will preserve the Haitian agricultural heritage. The
Haitian Consortium keeps Haitian farmers farming so that they
can give everyone access to fresh, healthy food, at reasonable
price. Our mission is to collaboratively create and expand
regional community based and integrated food systems that are
locally owned and controlled, environmentally sound,
economically viable, and health-promoting. Your
of agro-tools will help us create jobs and increase farming
AIDS Education & Prevention
AIDS crisis appears on a continuum of infectious diseases
Haiti’s national HIV/AIDS infection rate is between 4½ to 6%,
with rates as high as 13% in rural areas, giving Haiti the
highest HIV infection rates in
Hemisphere. There are approximately 300,000 Haitians living with
HIV/AIDS. For the past 20 years, the Haitian Consortium has been
promoting AIDS education and Prevention at the grassroots level
through community projects, schools, and radio programs.
More than 150 Haitian and foreign nurses, doctors and health
care officials donate their time, expertise and develop
prevention programs for local churches, urban and rural
communities. We encourage you to be part of that movement.
The Haitian Consortium is building a strong culture of education
for the future leaders of Haiti. The Consortium is currently
sponsoring and co-sponsoring over 200, elementary and Primary
Schools which provides opportunity for basic and advance literacy
for adults and children. They are located in the rural and provincial areas. The
Haitian Consortium is the pioneer in introducing free educational
distance learning program through Radio School for elementary
and primary school children in Haiti. Efforts
are on the way to make this program nationwide by 2011. It is
estimated that over 200,000 students will benefit from the Radio
School programs annually. We need equipments and technical
Through The Haitian Consortium Micro enterprise and
investment generated Program, we are helping 6,000 Haitian women
and community based organizations develop and start small /
medium/ large scale income-generating projects. They tailored
and excel in community shops, market oriented investment,
fisheries, and horticulture projects on group land. The Haitian
Consortium also encouraged advance business investment
toward large scale market expansion, import/export, poultry farming,
and housing construction 17 Micro finance specialists from the
US and Canada oversee that program in Haiti today. Donation
and experts are welcomed.
The Poor & Orphans
The Haitian Consortium works at grassroots level tackling
poverty and improving lives in urban and rural Haiti. The
primary focus of the Haitian Consortium is assisting families
and communities to grow enough food to feed themselves and to
earn a sustainable living.
these objectives by simple and effective innovations to farming, managing
natural resources and helping people access basic services like
clean water, healthcare and education. The Haitian
has over twenty years experience in bringing lasting
solutions to poverty for Haitian’s rural and urban poor. Women
are encouraged and trained in business management,
entrepreneurship classes and market oriented economy.
Reuniting The Elements
Haitian Consortium's is the only
indigenous organization with the sole goals and objectives are
to reunite the Haitian Diaspora with their respected communities
in order to promote trade, build capital for investment, create
new business, and sponsor sustainable development programs.
We have fostered such connection by 1) encouraging and
developing common interest endeavor with respect to humanitarian
projects between local communities and Haitian Diaspora’s group
in the US, Canada, the Caribbean and Europe.
student exchange program and 3) create joint business venture
projects between local leaders and Haitian investors in the
Diaspora. Over $9 million in business capital and
investment are managed annually.
facing a housing dilemma both in the capital, Port-au-Prince,
and its provinces. The country is ill-fit to sustain the
massive return of its aging Diaspora abroad. Based on recent
statistical survey conducted in 2006 among 17000 people in the
Haitian Diaspora between 62 to 71 years old, it is estimated
that that 80 percent want to return home. 96% are unable to make
ends meet on their current retirement income. Returning to Haiti
is the only solution.
its network of engineering team, The Haitian Consortium
offers a variety of free consulting services to the aging Diaspora
with respect to land survey, equipment, security, and housing
construction. For additional information,
contact us. Its free!
Community Tourism helps boost the local economy and bring jobs.
The purpose of this program is to help the Haitian Diaspora
learn, listen, live with and understand the people in their
villages. It help them reconnect with their joyful past. The
people in the communities will appreciate the generosity you
show by taking time out of your busy living to work, learn and visit
them. We have accommodated over 1,200 teachers, nurses, social workers,
students and many other professionals, with lodging,
transportation, hotel accommodations, and community care
assistance. Over 1800 community housing are available for
group rental, sharing and annual contract. The program is safe
and rewarding. Become a community tourist today!
Health Care Projects
The Haitian Consortium’s health programs in Haiti encompass a
wide range of medical and public health efforts. The
Haitian Consortium's mission is to ensure that every Haitian can
enjoy the right to good health
by helping to create vibrant networks of informed communities
that work with empowered health care. The Haitian Consortium has
20 years’ experience in health care development.
We oversee services, such as vaccination programs for children,
maternity services for poor communities, AIDS support services,
visiting medical teams for free surgical assistance, and many
more community well care programs.
Donation and medical equipment are welcomed.
The Haitian Consortium is the only indigenous organization
providing “free opinion” opportunity to writers, students,
teachers, grassroots organizations and community based programs
both at home and within the Diaspora. They use "free opinion" to express their
community needs and programs to a worldwide audience
of over ¼ of million people. The “free opinion” is a Community
web mail forum with an aim of educating the general public on the
history, the culture, and the community needs. It is a
periodical publication in French and English open to all with a
basic circulation of 270,000 e-mails worldwide.
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