HOW WE HELP

EDUCATION

New Schools

The majority of schools in Haiti are privately run. Duvivier Project has helped to start and build X schools in our service area.

Student Sponsorship

Some families cannot afford even the meager expense of sending their child to school. A scholarship of $30 a month goes a long way.


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Hot Meals

Many of the students would not eat well if it wasn’t for the hot meal program at the school. It is simple, but nutricious. We feed the brains to help them learn!

Bible Teaching

A significant number of schools in Haiti are church schools. The ones we have helped to start provide values based instruction.

AGRICULTURE &
ANIMALS

Planting Trees

Cash crop trees are grown in small nurseries and modeled on a 12 acre farm to show how income can be generated from trees. Land that is not easily accessible is planted with various species to help encourage the return of natural springs for the region.


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Farming Practices

Farms in Haiti do not typically have any mechanized equipment. Everything is done by hand. So, introducing some “old-time” methods helps to increase productivity.

Chickens Give Hope

Elementary age children are can apply for a goat after participation in an animal husbandry training. The children will make sure that the goat survives and doesn’t end up on the dinner table.


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Pig Project

Families with about three acres of land receive training on how to raise a heard of pigs. This innovative method allows them to raise over 40 head in a 10 week cycle.


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Goat Project

Elementary age children are can apply for a goat after participation in an animal husbandry training. The children will make sure that the goat survives and doesn’t end up on the dinner table.


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ECONOMIC
DEVELOPMENT

Dried Fruit

Dehydrated tropical fruit is delicious and makes a wonderful snack. This initiative helps to provide an ongoing revenue stream for the organization, jobs for the community and a new means of preserving food.

Dried Spices

Most spices in Haiti are consumed fresh. So, we are developing a means to preserve spices that can be sold throughout the country with a fantastic shelf life. This initiative also is a revenue generator for the organization, not to mention the impact to the community.


Micro Loans

Small loans are typically not available in Haiti, unless it is borrowed from a friend or a company that charges sometimes 25% a month for the use of the money. By working with motivated individuals who just need a hand up, we have been able to make a big impact in a family’s life.

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

Home Construction

The need arose to help a family with building a house. Money was given by a donor and in the course of time we were able to complete the project in record time. 


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Latrine Building

Latrines are a necessity….. literally. We have encourage people in the region to build latrines for their families. For project cost of $500 we can provide a family with a sanitary latrine.


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Road Building

The is rather remote. So the community got together to make it more accessible by building a road into the area. This was coordinated by Duvivier Project in 2009 and it has been a blessing to the whole area.


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Bridge Building

A stream cuts across one of the only roads into the area. When the Summer rains come it make the road impassable at times. Duvivier Project raised money and coordinated a bridge building effort that the community participated in.


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