Ansamn ansamn, nou pi fo! Together, together we are stronger. Haitian Proverb


Computer literacy is now required curriculum by Haiti’s Ministry of Education in middle and high schools. 

A computer lab enlarges the classroom learning space and exposes students to academic resources from around the world. Computer skills promote language proficiencies and enable students to engage in stimulating dialogue with students from other nations, creating a global learning community. Teachers receive increased access to valuable information for student learning and to online teacher training opportunities 

EVACE International has built a computer lab in a 20′ shipping container as a way to provide computer access in a dust-free, temperature controlled and secure environment in remote communities.

To support an ideal temperature, the container has been refitted with specialized insulation and an air conditioner unit mounted on the back wall. Roofing provides an additional means to reduce heat on the container. The container is bolted to a concrete platform that protects it further from dust, water, and natural disasters. The open end of the container has steel and glass doors to provide light and security. Training modules on basic computer skills accompany the lab.

EVACE has donated a prefabricated lab to La Gonâve Haiti Partners for use on the Haitian island of Gonâve at St. Francis Campus in Anse-a-Galets. Funds are still needed for refurbished tablets, chairs, internet booster and generator, as well as shipping costs.



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In 2012, a young mother spoke up in a meeting on the Haitian island of Gonâve and asked to learn what her children were learning in school. An adult literacy program was developed, centered on reading, writing and math in Creole and French. Today, more than 300 students are enrolled in 10 communities. Literacy is dignity. Literacy brings smiles as adults learn to write their own names. Visit TODAY to help. ... See MoreSee Less
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From The Rev. Jean Madoché Vil, our Haitian partner:Today is for you, American people, and the whole world an important day because God provides a new president, a new leadership for America. This is a special and historic day for your Country because of political conflicts. So, I ask for God's blessings on you, your new president and on all the American people. May God bless you and bless your Country forever. ... See MoreSee Less
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HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY 2021! We salute our Haitian brothers and sisters around the world. We honor their fight for freedom in 1804 from the brutal slavery imposed by the French and British colonists. We praise their continued resilience and commitment to establishing equality for all today. ... See MoreSee Less
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Judette's dream in her own words..."When I become a doctor I would like to specialize in pediatrics and/or surgery, and then return home to help people in my neighborhood of Lotoré and those in need, because I do not want other children to live the way that I lived.Our house was old and the walls were crumbling. But this was the only home we had, so we stayed as if it were perfect. In spite of everything, we lived with a shared faith in God and the sense that love reigned."Your gift to the 2020 Annual Fund will support the youth of la Gonâve in building a better future for their families and their communities. Please help at ... See MoreSee Less
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A Prayer for Christmas from La Gonâve Haiti Partners:Almighty God, through the Incarnation of your son, you have revealed your love toward us; you have shown your desire/will to reconcile us with you and to make us by adoption your children. We pray that you, Father of heaven, help us to live all from one heart; through Jesus Christ our Brother and Lord. AMENFather Jean Madoché Vil , St. Francis and St. Croix Parishes, La Gonâve Haiti ... See MoreSee Less
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A Prayer of Love from La Gonâve Partners:Heavenly Father, thank you for teaching us to remember this fourth week of Advent season what love really means. As Christmas draws closer, we marvel at your great love for us. Let your love transform every aspect of our lives with our continued love in action for our Haitian brothers and sisters. In Jesus' Precious and Holy Name, AmenGerry McCord, Disaster Response and Pastoral Care, St. Philips Church, Charleston SC ... See MoreSee Less
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The first of January is a special holiday observed by Haitians around the world. The date symbolizes the birth of a new nation in 1804, following the revolt by the Haitian people against the country’s French colonizers and plantation owners. History tells us that on Sunday, January 1, 1804, Haitians gathered in the Place d’Armes,

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