Young Haitians need...

SCHOOL EDUCATION

ENTREPRENEURIAL VISION

LEADERSHIP TRAINING

YOU

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School Education

audrey

Through our child sponsorship program, Audrey was able to graduate from high school last year.

This fall, through our college tuition program, we will start Audrey in a local Port-au-Prince university.

 

Entreprenuerial Vision

business

Clauvens received a microenterprise loan through our entreprenurial program last year to start a small store in the front of his house.

Clauvens has already repaid the loan and his business is doing well.

Leadership Training

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These young Haitians are receiving formal training in leadership skills.

They are also learning to lead by planning and carrying out their own outreaches to children and adults.

 

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     Join Hands with Young Haitians

More than an organization, Haiti Share is a belief. A belief that Haitians can come out of their desperate poverty and can do it in a way that retains all that is lovely in their culture. If you believe this too, we invite you to become a part of making it happen.

LEARN FROM THEM

Our brothers and sisters in Haiti may be poor materially, but they are rich in other ways.

We need what they have to give us. If we join hands, we can learn from each other.

young HaitianTEACH THEM

YOUR knowledge and skills can enable young Haitians to become self-supporting.

YOUR experience can give them the understanding they need to develop entreprenuerial vision.

YOUR wisdom can help them become competent leaders with integrity.

What we teach young adults now, they will teach the next generation.

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Dr. Volcy photo"Always remember the humble beginning of this ministry, and God is raising you guys up to be his hands and feet in this challenging land. You guys are the change our nation is greatly in need of."

...to our leadership team from Dr. J.S. Volcy, executive director of Haiti Teen Challenge

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