WHO WE HELP
Children, youth and young adults
The future of any country rests on the shoulders of the younger generation. They are the little plants that need to be handled with care – so they can be ready to build a better and stronger Haiti. The Haitian population is very young. More than 50% of young people in Haiti do not make it to the second half of secondary school.
INHO wants to bring these youth a reason to hope. What is that reason? Education!
Education is the key to the development of any country. INHO works to form the future leaders of tomorrow.
We started our first mission in August of 2019. We held a 5-day summer camp (free of charge) in Cazale where approximately 65 youth (ages 12-18 years).
In Haiti, more than 50% of children do not attend school. The majority of children who have the opportunity to go to school do not finish.
We have a goat farm. INHO children and youth convene every day, before and after school.
Haiti’s agricultural sector is subject to natural disasters (storms, floods, drought), poor soil quality, as well as limited access to modern technology and practices.
We organize various workshops that include activities such as face painting, singing, dancing, handcrafting, playing sports, and a book club.
Children and young adults attend a workshop and the following day plant trees in the area.
HEALTH MOBILE CLINIC
We hope to work with teams of visiting and/or local medical professionals to make this care accessible and free of charge.
PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN WITH DISABILITIES
Through this program, we hope to provide the following services (free of charge) to INHO children, youth, and young adults with disabilities
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