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Livelihood

Sustainable livelihood helps communities become less vulnerable to poverty. Livelihood provides families with stability, empowerment and well being. When people are given the tools, skills and resources to earn a living, they are able to provide the basic needs as well as sustain long-term stability for their communities and families.

  • About 80% of the population of Haiti live below the poverty line.
  • More than 40% of Haitians are unemployed.

What We Do

  • Develop agriculture and small animal projects in Jamaica and Haiti.
  • Establish income-generating projects to orphanages in Haiti.
  • Support vocational training programs through scholarships and distribution of tools and supplies.

Projects

House of Hope Chicken Farm
food haiti livelihood
Petite Riviere de l’Artibonite
haiti housing livelihood

Impact

  • Developed a chicken farm for an orphange in Haiti
  • Distributed tools to communities across Jamaica
  • Provided Barbering Chair and tools for a vocational Barbering program
  • Supported underserved youth with Landscaping training programs
  • Distributed sewing machines and sewing supplies to provide opportunity for small business development

Gifts of Hope