The project "Montre m peche pou yon demen miyo" is to ensure that every kid in our community (Artibonite) receives a basic and equal education, giving priority to the poorest, most vulnerable and those who is living in areas affected by gang conflict. About 100 children will be able to go or return to their respective classrooms and their parents will be able to have a small business, allowing them to take care of their children and cover related school fees in the years to come.
More than 6 million Haitians live below the poverty line with less than $2.41 per day, and more than 2.5 million below the extreme poverty line ($1.23 per day). 80% of the existing school are private and cost around $100 per child per year, excluding the costs of books, uniforms and transport, makes basic education inaccessible for many children. more than 320,000 children aged 6 to 14 are not in school throughout the country. About 160,000 adolescents aged 15 to 18 do not attend school.
This project, called "Montre m peche pou yon demen miyo", is part of our inclusive schooling program and revitalization of family's economy in the department. The goal is to ensure that every child receives a basic and equal education, giving priority to the poorest, most vulnerable and those living in areas affected by fragility and armed gang conflict. About 50 children will be able to go or return to their respective classrooms, respectively their parents will have a small business.
Increasing schooling enrolment rate of vulnerable or deprived children in the municipality and department. Facilitate the social integration of children who, because of the problem of school access, are often exposed to unhealthy practices such as gang, alcohol and drugs. Increasing the rate of economic growth at the micro and macro levels, giving parents the opportunity to integrate into the business world and support their children. Solve the electricity problem and technology access.