Haiti

Haiti is currently the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere.

Only a holistic, community-based approach can upend years of generational poverty. Bright Hope aligns our allies with local, in-country church partners to care for basic as well as spiritual needs in impoverished communities. Through a variety of programs that focus on medical care, care for vulnerable children, education, microenterprise, church resourcing and leadership development, communities in Haiti are moving out of poverty and towards self-sustainability.

In Haiti, Bright Hope and our Allies are currently doing this amazing work:

63

Churches supported

22

Pastors supported

39

Received job training

9,782

Lives impacted

2,700

Have clean water

5,520

Received medical care

Learn more about Haiti

Frequent natural disasters, in particular the earthquake in 2010, as well as political instability, civil unrest and crime continue to hinder development and stability in Haiti. Many communities in Haiti experience extreme poverty, lacking access to clean water, education, food security, and economic opportunities.

5.9 million

of the population lives below the poverty line.

4.9 years

are the average number of years of schooling Haiti.

52.5%

of the rural population does not have access to clean water.

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Stories of Hope and Transformation

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Why does Haiti struggle so much, and what can we do?

Have you have glanced at the world news or read some of Bright Hope’s recent reports of Haiti lately? Then you know that Haiti is going through a major upheaval.…
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Hope Drives Them Forward

Haiti made the news again at the end of March when frustrated citizens set an airplane on fire. Yet, despite the barrage of violence and destruction, we see snippets of…
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Update from Haiti December 24th

UPDATE FROM HAITI: December 24, 2021 Cap-Haitien:  Good news, our partner churches are moving forward offering help to the victim’s families from the gasoline explosion.  A committee of church members…
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