Since 2006, Haiti H2O has taken teams of Americans to rural Haiti to work with Haitians to improve their communities.
Meet Madam Denot, a widow who lives in St. Martin. Her house was destroyed by Hurricane Matthew in 2016. Church members from her community built a structure out of coconut leaves so she and her children could be protected from the elements (pictured left). Through Haiti H2O’s Many Hands Home Construction Program, her hope for security became an opportunity to safely take care of her family with this newly constructed home (pictured right).
The women of Bassin Caiman have envisioned multiple micro-business opportunities — Haiti H2O has helped the community build a Bread Oven and progress continues on a building that will house the Corn Grinding business.
This year, our Haitian staff had the chance to work with the communities more consistently. This local presence is efficient and promotes dignity, not dependency. This has been a goal from the beginning — Haitians helping Haitians to develop sustainable solutions for their communities.
Step by step, walking together with partner communities
and their leaders,
Haiti H2O seeks to transform hope into real opportunities.
We invite you to partner with us. Our board has set a goal of raising an additional $3,500 per month to help Haiti H2O become more financially sustainable and increase our effectiveness. We can reach our goal if 100 supporters will increase their giving by $35/month.
Please consider becoming a Sustaining Partner.
Your new or increased monthly gift will empower Haiti H2O to pursue more opportunities so that life may flourish in rural Haiti.