Our Vision

To see people in rural Haiti sustainably support their families physically, economically and spiritually.

Our Mission

We seek to eradicate poverty in the Duvivier region of northern Haiti, one family at a time.

How do we seek to accomplish this?

Intentionality is critical to success in accomplishing lasting change. All that we hope to see done by others must first be modeled by Duvivier Project. So, how do we do it?

Hope is essential

Without hope anyone can easily "give up". To persevere under duress requires hope.

In recognition of this value, we strive to instill into our community “what could be”…. something to shoot for. A reason not to give up and let the winds of fate wither away their lives.

all people are significant

All too often people only pay attention to those who can benefit them. We believe everyone matters.

We seek to encourage the young inexperienced, they may have some great ideas. We reach out to those without, they too can accomplish great things

creativity is encouraged

Ingenuity is often bred out of hard times and poor circumstances.

We love to bring new ideas to those we serve, they know how to work…. harder than most people! 

sustainability is paramount

Practical solutions to everyday problems that produce long-term results, this is the goal

Living hand-to-mouth develops a short-term mentality that translates into every fiber of the culture and economy.  A new paradigm is needed.

Historical
Milestones

2008 Organization Founded

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2008 Organization Founded

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LEADERSHIP

Pastor Amos Myrtil

The founder of Duvivier Project was born and raised in the north of Haiti. After receiving his education he eventually returned to his home town where he became active in helping his community. Officially he launched the organization in 2008, however, he was active for many years prior.

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