Education  Haiti Project #21022

Send Nolky to School for a Year

A microproject by International Disaster Volunteers (IDV)
Send Nolky to School for a Year


This project will provide a full year of education for Nolky. Nolky is one of eight children. His mom is assumed to have died in the earthquake, and his father was left unable to care for the family. So he was forced to leave his three youngest at the orphanage. Nolky is one of the orphanage's most responsible kids, and he hardly ever fights with his brothers and sisters! With your help, we'll be able to provide him with the education he needs to build a secure future.

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As an orphan, Nolky is among the most vulnerable of Haitian children. There are no free schools in Port au Prince available, so the orphanage must pay for the kids in its care to attend school. Lack of education locks kids like Nolky into a cycle of poverty. Ensuring access to school not only helps Nolky, but strengthens Haitian communities in the long-term.


Nolky has lived his whole life in poverty. He needs a quality education to find a prosperous future. Your donations will give him that education and set him on the road to a brighter tomorrow.

Long-Term Impact

Access to education will give Nolky the skills he needs to find a stable job and escape poverty when he's older.


Organization Information

International Disaster Volunteers (IDV)

Location: Bristol, Somerset - United Kingdom
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @IDVMedia
Project Leader:
Andy Chaggar
Bristol, Somerset United Kingdom

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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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