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  • ACODEV – Federation des ONG de cooperation au developpement

    ACODEV is an approved federation of associations of NGOs that are of French, bilingual and German development. The federation has about 87 members including 76 NGOs that have been approved as ONGD by the Minister of the Development Cooperation. ACODEV was recognized by the Minister of Development Cooperation as a federation of NGOs of French language. The federation believes in the added value of NGO’s work and strengthens its members to optimize their work and better cooperate in the development.

    For information about how to become an ONG or NGO, click here. To get involved, click here. For listing of ACODEV’s members, click here.

    ACODEV asbl
    Bld Léopold II, 184 D
    1080 Bruxelles
    Phone: 02/219.88.55
    Email:Visit their contact page
    Numéro d'entreprise: BE 0462279234

    Website supports French language.
    Go to ACODEV's Website

  • Action Humanitaire (AH)

    An outreach organization committed to providing free health care services to children and adults in the community of Cavaillon and its surrounding villages. Since 2010, AH has been in the forefront of educating the communities about cholera, distributing water purification tablets and feeding about 400 children thanks to its partnership with other humanitarian organizations.

    This organization was founded by Jude Leandre, a medical student at the Faculty of Medicine & Pharmacy of the University of the State of Haiti, who saw a need to educate the community to better care of themselves. AH’s goal is to build a public health center to improve the living conditions of the people of Anotte in Cavaillon, by providing free access to basic and quality healthcare while reducing the mortality rate. This project would also benefit other regional communities like Bercy, Cassignol, Berette, Mission and Mapangue.

    Areas of service: Community health center, outreach projects, water purification, humanitarian, women & children health, prenatal care, disaster response, vaccinations, free lab testing, free access to medications.

    Targeted area in Haiti: Cavaillon

    Action Humanitaire
    Anotte, Deuxième Section de Cavaillon
    Arrondissement, Sud d’Haïti
    Phone in Haiti: (509)-3472-6161
    Phone International: (617)777-4363

    Website currently unavailable

  • CapraCare

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    Founded in 2009, this nonprofit community health organization addresses the health concerns of the residents of Fonfrede by promoting school-based health programs and preventive health care. They rely on their volunteers in Haiti and overseas to achieve productivity in their services and their trainings. According to CapraCare, they stand as the only Haitian non-governmental organization located within Fonfrede to address the lack of access to any preventive care and to any other medical facility in the city. Everyone has access to their services regardless of their ability to pay. Their extensive programs help the community at large to overcome the physical, psychosocial and environmental needs that arise from the difficult living conditions in Haiti. CapraCare has a mission to stay efficient in their operations by collaborating with other medical facilities and health care providers to solve issues faced by the people of Fonfrede.

    Currently, CapraCare provides services to approximately 1,500 people annually. They welcome anyone interested in volunteering their pro-bono services in the areas of grant writing, marketing, fundraising, resource developing and Haitian Creole translation to send an inquiry to

    - For their programs, click here
    - To get involved, click here

    Areas of service: School-based health program, Nutrition education, Preventive health education, Pediatric care services, Mental health support, Community volunteer training & Youth health leadership programs and Earthquake relief.

    Targeted area in Haiti: Fonfrede, Haiti (Les Cayes)

    Contact in USA Contact in Haiti
    CapraCare, Inc.
    P.O. Box 1408
    New York, NY 10276
    Phone: (347) 723-1405
    Email: or visit their contact page
    Twitter: @CapraCare
    CapraCare Haiti
    Fonfrede, en face La Madone
    Sur route Legliz Catholic St Louis
    Phone(509) 3401-0224
    Program Manager: Janine Leger

    Go to CapraCare's Website

  • Centre d’Action pour le Developpement (CAD) or Center of Action for Development

    Since 1992, this Non Governmental Organization (NGO) supports children in difficult circumstances (street children, domestic servants and orphans) by providing them with shelter, schooling, psychosocial support, health, and vocational training. In addition, CAD conducts training sessions for the group OCBS and those who live with HIV/AIDS in the North West Department of Haiti.

    CAD’s mission is to care for the social reintegration of street children and those in conflict with the law. They work in partnership with the IBESR (Institut du Bien Être Social in French), a Haitian State Agency which refers the children to CAD. For now, CAD houses 75 to 90 children from the age of 7 to 14 years but their ultimate goal is to ensure 150 children per year access to education, vocational training, health, housing and a family environment.

    CAD is registered with both the Ministry of Social Affairs and Ministry of Planning in Haiti. The organization was able to fulfill their projects with the support of other organizations such as Terre des Hommes Swiss, Chaîne du Bonheur, Service de Solidarité Internationale suisse, PLAN - Haïti, UNICEF, OIM and CRS.

    Projects location: Carrefour Feuilles (IMC or Institution Mixte du CAD) and Ganthier (ESPAS TIMOUN, CAD’s welcome center)

    Focus areas: Education, Health

    Contact in Haiti:
    Marline V. MONDESIR, CAD President
    Centre d'Action pour le Développement
    4, Route de Malpasse
    2 Kms après le Lycée de Ganthier
    49, Avenue N, Collège de l'Étoile
    Port-au-Prince, Haiti
    Phone: (509) 3747-4993 / (509) 3834-8799 / (509) 3701-4994

    No Website Available

  • Concern Worldwide

    Founded in 1968, this non-governmental, international, humanitarian organization is committed to reducing the suffering of those living in extreme poverty by working with communities, and by using their experiences and knowledge to address the root causes of extreme poverty. They primarily work in the countries ranked in the bottom 40 of the United Nations Human Development Report.

    - For rescue efforts in Haiti in 2010, click here
    - For information of where they work worldwide, click here
    - For specific information on their programs, click here
    - For information on how to get involved, click here

    Areas of service: Emergency Response, Health, HIV & AIDS, Education, Nutrition, Water and Sanitation

    New York Office
    Concern Worldwide US Inc.
    355 Lexington Avenue, 19th Floor
    New York, NY 10017
    Phone: 212-557-8000 or 800-59-CONCERN
    Fax: 212-557-8004
    Email: Email them or visit their contact page
    for offices outside the U.S.
    Chicago Office
    Concern Worldwide US Inc.
    332 South Michigan Avenue, Suite 630
    Chicago, IL 60604
    Phone: 312-431-8400
    Fax: 312-431-8830
    Email: Email them or visit their contact page
    for offices outside the U.S.

    Go to Concern Worldwide's Website

  • Croix-Rouge Haitienne

    The Haitian Red Cross is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve the lives of vulnerable people affected by natural disasters, accidents or any other humanitarian tragedy regardless of their age, legal or economic status, health or mental state. They are in the forefront of disaster response, emergency care, health and blood processing.

    Click on links for their activities, organizational structure, employment, publications  and reports on Strategie Croix-Rouge Haitienne 2010 – 2015  and Croix-Rouge Haitienne 2011.

    Contact Contact

    Croix-Rouge Haïtienne
    Avenue Maïs Gate. HT 6110
    En face de Avis Camp de Base
    Port-au-Prince, Haiti
    Phone: (509) 2519-0702
    Fax: (509) 2943-0279
    Email: or visit their contact page
    YouTube: Croix-Rouge Haïtienne Channel

    Croix-Rouge Haitienne
    1, Rue Eden
    Port-au-Prince, Haiti

    Contact for Société Nationale de la Croix-Rouge Haïtienne Contact for Haitian Red Cross Society 

    1, rue du Muguet
    Route de Desprez 7
    Port-au-Prince, Haiti HT 6112

    Postal Address:
    CRH - B.P. 1337
    Port-au-Prince, Haiti
    Facebook:  Société Nationale de la Croix-Rouge Haïtienne

    Same address as Croix Rouge Haitienne
    Phone: (509) 2222 -5554/ (509) 2221-8212 or 8213 / (509) 2221-2388
    Fax: (509) 2221- 2838
    Facebook: Haitian Red Cross Society

    Website supports French language
    Go to Croix-Rouge Haitienne's Website

  • Foundation Odette Roy Fombrum (FORF)

    Founded in 2007 by Odette Roy Fombrun, this not-for-profit organization is a family foundation that is managed by Odette’s children and field experts in areas of fundraising and other resources. FORF’s main goals are to promote education and development in Haiti by implementing the beliefs and values of Konbitism ('coooperation') supported by Odette Roy Fombrun and extensively described in her many books and articles. FORF is committed to raising funds and identifying the best recipients capable of implementing projects that are aligned with the foundation’s values and mission. They implement projects in various regions of Haiti.

    Click on the specific links for information about donations, resources, projects in tourism and caves in Haiti, and other projects. For website in French, click here.

    Areas of service: Earthquake relief, Education, Tourism (Touris Lakay) and Civism.

    Contact in Haiti:
    FORF Postal Address
    2 rue Latortue, Musseau
    Pétion-Ville, HT6140, Haiti
    Phone: (509) 2249-1374 (local) / (509) 2249-1374 (international)
    Email: or visit their contact page

    Website supports French and English languages.

    Go to Foundation Odette Roy Fombrum's Website

  • GRODYSH International

    GRODYSH (Group Dynamic Pour La Survie d’Haiti) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide the children of Haiti with quality education from kindergarten to high school, and professional skills (electrical, carpentry, plumbing) so they can meet their family’s needs and contribute to the quality of life in their region. Click the links for volunteerism and to get involved.

    Orphanage: FOHO (Future of Haiti Orphanage) houses 130 kids and 15 staff members. Their goal is to make FOHO the world’s first self-sustaining orphanage by installing a 120-chicken coop with organic gardening and an onsite bakery.

    Areas of service: On-Site school – Institution Humanitarian THETA, Medical clinics, MERCI (micro-credit institution), Grodysh University, Trade school, Plastic recycling, Reforestation, Distribution of food & clothing, Seminars, Rice farm, and Human Rights March.

    Targeted areas in Haiti: Port-au-Prince, Jacmel, Fort Liberté, Les Cayes, Jeremie, Gonaïve, Hinche, and Anse-a-Veau.

    Contact in USA Contact in Haiti
    411 Cleveland St., #248
    Clearwater, FL 33755
    Phone: (727) 365-3650 / (727) 466-7705
    Email: or visit their contact page
    Twitter: @GrodyshIntl
    ATTN: Ralph Ovide
    2, Impasse Jean, Route SOS,
    Santo 19, Croix des Bouquets
    Port-au-Prince, Haiti. HT-6310
    Phone: (509) 3736-4242 / (509) 3419-6094 / (509) 2519-5005
    Magic Jack: (727) 330-8970

    Go to GRODYSH International's Website.

  • Haitian American Nurses Association (HANA) – Greater New York

    A non-profit voluntary association whose mission is to establish a diverse group of health care professionals who are willing to volunteer their professional skills, time and resources to serve, educate and support the Haitian American and other minority communities. HANA is also known as a non-governmental organization (NGO) bringing urgency care to the people of Haiti. Click on specific links for  membership, travel information, and P.I.H information.

    Focus areas: Nursing/Medical relief mission to Haiti, Nursing support groups to local communities in the United States, Community health fairs, Nursing enhancement programs, Nursing care & support in disaster relief situations, Immunization drives, and Student nurse support programs.

    Email: or send an online message

    Go to Haitian American Nurses Association's Website

  • Haitian Organization Program for Education and Health (HOPEH)

    Founded in 1988, HOPEH is a nonprofit, spiritual, organization committed to strengthening the lives of Haitians residing in the Juampas, a village situated near the City of Lascahobas, in the North East part of Haiti. HOPEH is the only NGO working in Juampas and provides the villagers with education, medical care, and clean water program. Click the specific links for their current programs, needs, volunteer travel package, and how to get involved.

    Projects location: Juampas

    Focus areas: Primary school (grades 1 to 6), Medical clinic, Dental clinic, Soup kitchen project, Water filtration projects with the Carroll Country Haiti Mission Project (CCHMP), Mosquito netting project.

    Contact in USA Contact in Haiti
    743 Washington Ave NE, Suite D
    Marietta, GA 30060
    Phone: (770) 355-3111
    Email: or visit their contact page
    1 Route National #3 Juampas
    Lascahobas, Haiti

    Go to Haitian Organization Program for Education and Health's Website

  • J/P HRO (Haitian Relief Organization)

    Founded by Sean Penn, this non-profit charitable foundation is dedicated to saving lives and building communities in Haiti through sustainable programs. Their programs include a community center that offers adult literacy classes in Creole, French and English; youth programs, sanitation education classes, a job-training program for adult camp residents; a free primary school named Ecole de L'espoir (School of Beautiful Hope) educating 260 students; a medical program consisting of two primary health care clinics, a women’s clinic, mobile clinics, a 24/7 emergency room, 24/7 maternity care, 24/7 emergency transport, and a 24/7 Cholera Isolation Zone and more.

    - For specific details on their programs, click here.
    - For employment, click here.
    - To get involved, click here.
    - For volunteer information, click here.

    Areas of service: Camp Management, Medical, Emergency Response, Rubble Removal, Education

    Targeted areas: Delmas, Petion-Ville

    J/P Haitian Relief Organization
    10100 Santa Monica Blvd., Suite 300
    Los Angeles, CA 90067
    Phone: (310) 651-9901
    Fax: (858) 225-6062
    Email: (General Inquiries) or visit their contact page

    Go to J/P HRO's Website.

  • Konbit Sante

    This not-for-profit organization focuses in the development of a sustainable health care system to meet the needs of the Cap-Haitien community in Haiti, with maximum local direction and support.

    Konbit Sante staff work in collaboration with the Haitian Ministry of Health and other partners to expand their community outreach programs, to strengthen community health centers and to improve care at the regional referral hospital. In the aftermath of the 2010 devastating earthquake, they were appointed to be the NGO partner on the Health Commission for the North.

    - To get involved, click here
    - For an overview of Cap-Haitien, click here
    - For an overview of their initiatives in Cap-Haitien, click here

    Areas of service: Earthquake Response, Community Health, Infrastructure, Pediatrics, Women’s Health, Internal Medicine, Management, Emergency Response

    Targeted area in Haiti: Cap-Haitien

    U.S. Office Mailing Address
    P.O. Box 11281
    Portland, ME 04104
    Phone: (207) 347-6733
    or visit their contact page
    Haiti Office Address
    Hopital Universitaire Justinian
    Rue 17Q
    Cap-Haitien, HAITI
    Phone: (509) 2949-0011
    U.S. Office Physical Address
    362 US Route 1
    Falmouth, ME 04105
    Phone: (207) 347-6733

    Go to Konbit Sante's Website

  • Meds & Food For Kids (MFK)

    MFK is a non-profit corporation in the United States and a registered non-governmental organization in Haiti whose mission is to save the lives of Haiti's malnourished children and other vulnerable people. Their work consists of developing, producing, and distributing highly nutritious foods, including the gold-standard Ready-to-Use Therapeutic Food (RUTF) right in Haiti. Introduced in Haiti in 2003 by Dr Wolff, founder of MFK, Haitians call the RUTF product “Medika Mamba” or “Peanut Butter Medicine” in Creole. Their factory based in Haiti provides job opportunities for many locals.

    - For their specific plan to tackle the problem of malnutrition in Haiti, click here
    - For their upcoming new factory in 2015, click here
    - For further information on “Medika Mamba” evolution in Haiti, click here

    Areas of service: Nutrition, Agriculture, Economic Development

    Meds & Food for Kids
    4488 Forest Park, Ste. 230
    St. Louis, MO 63108
    Phone: (314) 420-1634
    Email: or visit their contact page
    MFK Factory
    5 Impasse de la Rivière
    Mombin Lataille, Cap-Haïtien
    Phone: (509) 2813 - 9004

    Go to Meds & Food For Kids' Website

  • Partners In Health (PIH)

    Founded in 1987, this organization focuses on delivering health care to the residents of the Central Plateau in Haiti. Twenty years since its inception, PIH expanded its work in other regions of Haiti and 5 other countries. In 1998, PIH launched their Zanmi Lasante Clinic (ZL) initiative to provide free, comprehensive HIV care and treatment in the poorest areas in Haiti. With the support from the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, this initiative was expanded two years later, across central Haiti and became known as the HIV Equity Initiative.

    Zanmi Lasante Clinic ranks as one of the largest nongovernmental health care providers in Haiti. Currently, PIH is overseeing another huge project, the construction of a teaching hospital in Haiti- Mirebalais Hospital.

    - For an overview of their program areas, click here
    - For projects in Haiti, click here
    - For issues underlying their work, click here
    - For general help, click here
    - For assistance in the construction of Mirebalais hospital, click here
    - For their work areas in other countries, click here

    Areas of service: Advocacy, Community Health, Medical & Social Services, Training Research, HIV/AIDS, Housing, Medical Informatics

    Targeted areas in Haiti: Central Plateau. Lower Artibonite, Cange, Boucan Carré, Hinche, Thomonde, Belladère, Lascahobas, Mirebalais, Thomonde and Cerca La Source, Petite Rivière, Saint Marc and Verrettes.

    Partners In Health
    888 Commonwealth Avenue, 3rd Floor
    Boston, MA 02215
    Phone: (617) 998-8922
    Fax: (617) 998-8973
    Email: or visit their contact page
    Contact in Haiti for PIH projects:

    Go to Partners In Health's Website

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