Children Fed Daily
Healthy Babies Born
We have decreased the maternal mortality rate by over 70% in Thomazeau, Haiti.
We provide the only free education in our region and teach our students to the highest standards across Haiti.
We provide over 3,200 meals each weekday and work to eradicate malnutrition in our region of Thomazeau, Haiti.
We are the only school in our region that provides students with disabilities a place to learn and thrive.
Our research is making an impact
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