Rebuild a Center to 700 residents of Fondwa Haiti

by APF USA: Friends of Fondwa Leogane Inc.


APF plans to rebuild the Fondwa Community Center destroyed by the earthquake of January 12, 2010, this time safer to guard against rain, earthquake and environment degradation. It will be used as a library, a visitor center and a cafeteria for the students.
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The earthquake of January 12, 2010 in Haiti has created homelessness in all part of Haiti and all classes. So, the peasants of rural Fondwa Leogane were not exempt, students as well as families, sick and healthy suffered the effect of the earthquake. So, instead of permanent shelter, APF's goal is to continue to create sustainable development through rebuilding the community center which will be a temporary home, a library and a place to eat some hot meals to the 700 Fondwa locals.


Feeding more than 300 women and children, continue giving medicine and treatment to the 700 residents, and make operational the health center.

Long-Term Impact

We will provide hope and safer housing and shelter to 700 women, children and men of a community. we will educate them and teach them how to change their lives, to empower themselves.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a PDF file (projdoc.pdf).


The official website of the APF USA
APF facebook address
APF USA's Facebook page
A video about Fondwa's Association

Organization Information

APF USA: Friends of Fondwa Leogane Inc.

Location: Glenn Dale, Maryland - USA
Website: http:/​/​
Project Leader:
Andre Vainqueur
Bowie, Maryland Haiti

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