Our purpose is to help improve the hardships many Haitians face in their daily lives.

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For More Than A Decade

The Leve Project is a child sponsorship program that works with children and their families offering the necessary education, nutrition and spiritual support that leads to a better future.

Our approach is focused on supporting children, with their families, in order to break the cycle of poverty, and ensure a better future. Not only do we aim to provide hope to all children, but our approach is about provide families with holistic support to make lasting change.

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A Need For Education

Education in Haiti is a privilege,  not a right. When a child gets the opportunity to be educated in Haiti, it drastically changes their chance of living a productive life. A life that helps those around them and thus ends this cycle of poverty. It is imperative that we get as many kids to school as we can.

  • More than 50% of children do not attend school. 
  • Approximately 60% will abandon school before sixth grade. 
  • Only 29% of Haitians 25 and above attended secondary school. 
  • Haiti’s literacy rate is 64% for males and 57% for females, the lowest in the Western Hemisphere.
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Nourishment & Care

Proper nutrition is vital for health and development. A sick and hungry child cannot focus in school. Getting them properly nourished is very important so they can focus on more than their next meal. Not only do we ensure all sponsored children have access to food, but we ensure there are extras for their family and also access to medical care, when required.

  • 30% of the population is considered food insecure.
  • 59 per 1,000 born in Haiti die before reaching their first birthday.
  • Prevalence of stunting in children is 22%.
  • 59% of the population lives on less than $2 per day.
  • 24.7% lives in extreme poverty on less than $1.25 per day. 
  • Poverty is mainly rural, at 75.2%, vs. 40.8% in urban areas. 
  • Over two-thirds of the labor force do not have formal jobs.

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Faith & Guidance

Ensuring all the children see God’s love and hope is at the core of our programming. We believe that the understanding and acceptance Jesus Christ offers is essential. Spiritual nurturing and support leads to greater happiness and confidence that is vital for breaking the cycle of poverty.

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“They also will answer, ‘Lord, when did we see you hungry or thirsty or a stranger or needing clothes or sick or in prison, and did not help you?’ He will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did not do for one of the least of these, you did not do for me.”

Matthew 25:44-45

For More Than A Decade

Our founders have been working with those in need in Haiti since 2007.  Leve Project is a child sponsorship program that works with children and their families offering the necessary education, physical and spiritual support that leads to a better future.

Our approach is focused on supporting children and their families in order to break the cycle of poverty, and ensure a better future. We aim to provide hope to all children and holistic support to families to make lasting change.

 

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A Need For Education

Education in Haiti is a privilege,  not a right. When a child gets the opportunity to be educated in Haiti, it drastically changes their chance of living a productive life. A life that helps those around them and thus ends this cycle of poverty. It is imperative that we get as many kids to school as we can.

  • More than 50% of children do not attend school. 
  • Approximately 60% will abandon school before sixth grade. 
  • Only 29% of Haitians 25 and above attended secondary school. 
  • Haiti’s literacy rate is 64% for males and 57% for females, the lowest in the Western Hemisphere.
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Nourishment & Care

Proper nutrition is vital for health and development. A sick and hungry child cannot focus in school. Getting them properly nourished is very important so they can focus on more than their next meal. Not only do we ensure all sponsored children have access to food, but we ensure there are extras for their family and also ensure access to medical care, when required.

  • 30% of the population is considered food insecure.
  • 59 per 1,000 born in Haiti die before reaching their first birthday.
  • Prevalence of stunting in children is 22%.
  • 59% of the population lives on less than $2 per day.
  • 24.7% lives in extreme poverty on less than $1.25 per day. 
  • Poverty is mainly rural, at 75.2%, vs. 40.8% in urban areas. 
  • Over two-thirds of the labor force do not have formal jobs

Faith & Guidance

Ensuring all the children see God’s love and hope is at the core of our programming. We believe that the understanding and acceptance Jesus Christ offers is essential. Spiritual nurturing and support leads to greater happiness and confidence that is vital for breaking the cycle of poverty.

Members of our teams will work with the youth we support.  Various tasks and projects will be scheduled to allow our team to make a direct impact to help those in the most need.

“They also will answer, ‘Lord, when did we see you hungry or thirsty or a stranger or needing clothes or sick or in prison, and did not help you?’ He will reply, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did not do for one of the least of these, you did not do for me.”

Matthew 25:44-45

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