The Girls Empowerment Club enjoying the fair Adm. Guilot with Agronom Raphael on Fair Day Clydens and friends at their booth during the fair Healthy Farms, Healthy Children - Growing in Haiti

Colorado Haiti Project

Org #10489
Vetted since 2013
1989
year founded
$27,818
raised on GlobalGiving
4
years fundraising
0
projects funded

Mission

Mission Statement: The Colorado Haiti Project works in partnership with rural Haitian communities to support their rise out of extreme poverty. The Colorado Haiti Project (CHP) is a non-profit organization founded in 1989 to extend aid to the poorest of the poor in a rural area called Petit Trou de Nippes, about 80 miles west of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. CHP is supported entirely by donations from private individuals, local and national foundations, faith communities, and service organizations.

Projects (2)

Project Leaders
Teresa Henry
Teresa Henry
Wynn Walent
Wynn Walent
Team
Tate Lowrey, Wynn Walent, Teresa Henry
Organization Information
http://www.coloradohaitiproject.org
Facebook Page
908 Main St.
Suite 245
Louisville, CO 80027
United States
3039385021

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 2206100366
Organization Information
http://www.coloradohaitiproject.org
Facebook Page
908 Main St.
Suite 245
Louisville, CO 80027
United States
3039385021

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 2206100366

Project Reports

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Jul 25, 2018
Making Agriculture Exciting for Middle School Students in Rural Haiti
Petit Trou de Nippes is on the southern peninsula of Haiti and agriculture is the main income driver for the region.  Most families have at least a small family garden and many make their...
Jun 6, 2018
Agriculture as part of the school curriculum.
Petit Trou de Nippes, Haiti is an agrarian community.  Most families have a bit of land they garden as a critical source of food.  Many families have larger plots that they farm as a source...
Apr 26, 2018
Celebrating Earth Day with Sustainable Agriculture at Wynne Farm in the mountains of Haiti
Schneider and Jameson, two young men from Petit Trou de Nippes graduated from high school in May, 2016 six months before Hurricane Matthew.  Because there was no funds to help them with further...
 
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