Ansamn ansamn, nou pi fo! Together, together we are stronger. Haitian Proverb
Look What You Have Done Now!

In 2017, La Gonâve Haiti Partners has:

  • provided education for 1500 children and fed them a hot, nutritious lunch every school day
  • supported literacy classes for 200 adults
  • provided 1000 women with prenatal care
  • treated 345 malnourished children
  • extended microcredit to over 50 people
  • purchased over 100 pregnant goats for farmers who lost their livestock in Hurricane Matthew

La Gonâve Haiti Partners is committed to providing access to education, healthcare and economic opportunity so that lives and communities can be changed. Your generosity has made it possible to support over 225 jobs (teachers, cooks, nurses, doctors, translators, construction workers,  community health workers) on the island of La Gonâve where unemployment is over 90%.

Your contribution to the Annual Fund will continue to underwrite these transformative programs on La Gonâve.

Mesi Anpil, Thank You Very Much

Julie Hope and Lee Wilder, Development Committee, La Gonâve Haiti Partners

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A goat can be a life-saver.

Luweido is a goat farmer on the Haitian island of La Gonâve. He is recovering from a stroke and still has some weakness on his right side. But he is alive today because of his goats. He was able to get the medical treatment he needed by selling one of his goats.

Visit lagonavepartners.org to learn more about the La Gonave Goat Project. Your donation will give farmers and their families the resources needed for healthier lives.
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First-time mothers in the Maternal Health Program are being encouraged to deliver at the Bill Rice Clinic.

This 7lb cutie was born Monday, January 8th at the clinic. The new mom was accompanied by her mother and the matwone (traditional birth attendant) from her community.

Learn more about the Maternal Health Program at lagonavepartners.org. Donate for healthier mothers, healthier babies.
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