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Break the Cycle of Poverty with Education

by International Disaster Volunteers (IDV)
Break the Cycle of Poverty with Education
Break the Cycle of Poverty with Education
Break the Cycle of Poverty with Education
Break the Cycle of Poverty with Education
Break the Cycle of Poverty with Education
Break the Cycle of Poverty with Education
Break the Cycle of Poverty with Education
Break the Cycle of Poverty with Education
Break the Cycle of Poverty with Education
Break the Cycle of Poverty with Education
Sep 26, 2011

Classroom Success!

Four young scholarship recipients
Four young scholarship recipients

We are beyond excited to announce that thanks to the extraordinary fundraising by EDV volunteers in Germany, we have secured funding hand to complete all planned classroom construction in Haiti!

That planned classroom construction includes five permanent classrooms at Institution Classique and seven transitional classrooms at College Adonai.

We’d like to thank each and every one of you for donating on this page to make classroom construction possible.Your donations have allowed us to provide safe classroom space for more than 300 children who would otherwise not attend school or study under tarps.

Moving forward, we’ll be focusing this page exclusively on supporting our scholarship programme. The goal of this programme is simple: provide scholarships for 100 children so that they can complete primary school.

Completing primary school will help these vulnerable children overcome the cycle of poverty which traps so many in Haiti, opening a door to a brighter tomorrow.

One last time, thanks so much for your donation. We hope you’ll continue to support education in Haiti by sharing this page with friends and family.


A happy child in school, thanks to you!
A happy child in school, thanks to you!
Hoping for school
Hoping for school
Construction on five permanent classrooms on-going
Construction on five permanent classrooms on-going
Construction on five permanent classrooms on-going
Construction on five permanent classrooms on-going
Construction on five permanent classrooms on-going
Construction on five permanent classrooms on-going
A child we hope to support in the coming years
A child we hope to support in the coming years
A child we hope to support in the coming years
A child we hope to support in the coming years
A child we hope to support in the coming years
A child we hope to support in the coming years
A child we hope to support in the coming years
A child we hope to support in the coming years

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International Disaster Volunteers (IDV)

Location: Bristol, Somerset - United Kingdom
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Emma Taylor
Enderby, Licester United Kingdom

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