Angels For Haiti Project
In 1999, the Angels for Haiti Project was created by Dr. Carolle,
Charles Rene, MD - one of the
founders of AHDH in New Orleans, Joseph
Lauture - one of the founders of Vallean Fraternity, Professor Aubies Franck, one of the founders of CODEVA (Coude-a-Coude pour le Development de La Vallee), and Godfroy (Gody) Boursiquot, the founder of CODEHA – (Corde Enfant Haitiens), a journalist specialized in children's rights, who had been working successfully for over two decades with those who live in the streets and cemeteries.
Angels For Haiti Blog
For Haiti Mission Statement
This mission of Angels For Haiti is that future generations
of La Vallee de Jacmel and other communities of Haiti inherit
an infrastructure, which includes adequate health care access,
education and economic development, as well as create a clean
environment. To enable young people as well as adults to look
toward the future with renewed hope while at the same time developing
as integral and responsible members of their families and community.
of Angels for Haiti Projects
The programs created in Haiti have demonstrated significant
improvement in quality of life, educational awareness in many
areas of life and socioeconomic development. This includes many
achievements in the following areas:
Agriculture & Reforestation
of Angels for Haiti Projects
We are constantly working to improve conditions, opportunity,
and education to the people of Haiti and have successfully created
Park Dr. Carolle, School Band, Water project in Ternier, House
for School Custodians, Latrine Refurbishment, Schools, Teacher
See below for a brief explanation of each accomplishment.
In June 2001, 4 acres of land was purchased in Boucherau, La
Vallee de Jacmel and was named Parc Dr. Carolle by the villagers.
help of local authorities and the villagers, the land was graded
and includes the only full-scale soccer field in the southeastern
region of Haiti.
La Vallee de Jacmel now boasts a school music band. This is
a first in Haiti.
Project in Ternier
Matching fund given to build a water reservoir in Ternier, La
Vallee de Jacmel.
for School Custodians
Two classrooms were used to house the custodian at the Lycee
Philippe Jules, built by the people of La Vallee. In order to
find space to accommodate the other classes, funds were raised
to build a small house adjacent to the Lycee.
Modernization and Toilet Facilities
There are about 750 students and around 50 teachers at the Lycee
Philippe Jules. In 1999, there were only antiquated latrines.
By 2003, the latrines were refurbished, three modern toilets,
two showers, and a water reservoir were added to the facility.
Four kindergartens including one that now serves a warm meal
to the children are now in action.
Salaries have been established. Either a bonus or a full salary
are paid for many teachers at the Lycee Phillipe Jules, and