About Us

The Duvivier Haiti Project is a 503c registered non-profit agency established to assist the poor. This grassroots organization is supported by Haitians, Americans, Canadians, Chinese, and other nationals in Haiti and abroad who are aware of the painful degradation that afflicts Haiti due to natural and man-made disasters. Our mission is to improve the quality of life of Haiti's people, particularly those who live in the rural areas through sustainable poverty-alleviation developments.



"Feed My Starving Children—
Let Us Make The Difference"


The Duvivier Haiti project began after several meetings took place between Pastor Amos Myrtil and community members in Haiti and the United States in an effort to address Haiti's extreme poverty. Our staff works on a volunteer basis, and our network is growing.


Have an idea? Find out how you can help on the farm! Contact the Duvivier Haiti Project info@duvivierproject.org


Cell in U.S.: (561) 768-2770
Cell in Haiti: (509) 3707-0947


Mailing Address

P.O. Box 1623, Labelle FL 33975 (863) 675-4286


Our Mission Statement

Duvivier Haiti Project's goal is to improve the quality of life for people of the region, particularly those who are malnourished, through nutritional, educational, athletic and healthcare programs to bring to them new opportunities.


The organization's strategic objectives are as follows: