Kozefò: (v) to speak in a loud voice.
Sponsor a Student
Only about half of school age children in Haiti get to attend school. Most Haitians live on less than $2 a day and can’t afford to send their children to local schools.
A $30 monthly donation is all it takes to send one child to school. his covers the student's tuition, two uniforms, textbooks, a noon meal, and school supplies.
Funding for the food program provides a noon meal for each student every school day.
Seminars and workshops are offered regarding teaching strategies and technology.
Access to computers allow students to develop skills that prepare them for their future.
Give a Gift. Change a Life.
Donations toward teachers salaries, the food program, students' tuition, clean water, textbooks and supplies
all work hand in hand to change the lives of the children and families in the Pernier community of Port-au-Prince, Haiti.