Founder Sarah Hackett had always been fascinated by Haiti. When she finally got the chance to visit in 1992 as a volunteer, her affinity for the country grew and she was spurred to create opportunity and change.
Haiti Projects takes concrete action on jobs, health, literacy and more. They run an artisan cooperative that employs 100+ women with Fair Trade work. Their women’s health clinic provides needed services, including a mobile unit to reach those unable to reach the village center for care. And their library provides books, computer access, literacy initiatives, and other programming to expand access to information and education.
Supporting Haiti Project helps empower women toward self-sufficiency while strengthening their entire community.