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Collaboration with 3 rural local primary and secondary schools to increase student attendance, parental involvement, and teacher compensation.Creation of a micro-business within the school to meet the needs of the community but also allow the school to cover its costs.
Seeking to start a smart village, the installation of a solar-powered energy system, computers, a library and an internet network to facilitate and encourage intelligent learning as well as evening classes for adults seeking literacy.
A )By means of access to FLGL competition scholarships and providing information regarding all other scholarships through foreign embassies.
B) Increasing the Lope De Vega Institute to receive more university students in Haiti.
C) Creating a “give back” program for scholarship recipients and/or graduates.
12 clinics per year within 3 areas. Collaboration with local and foreign medical teams to provide screenings and check ups as well as emergency care for hard to reach places in underprivileged areas. Provide 12clinics per year within 3 areas. Eradication of certain diseases through vaccination, education and tele-medicine.
Support in building a new community/trauma/vet hospital in. Montrouis close to the main highway, where helicopter and ambulance access are available.Collaboration with local hospitals in the vicinity and main trauma hospital in PaP.
Support to local hospitals in need of equipment and supplies. Donations channeled through FLGL will be strategically distributed to hospitals that can put them to good use and help the community in which they are located.
1 playground in Nan Panyol + 1 gym for Kenscoff’s Square. Putting outdoor gyms/playgrounds (Green gym) in strategic locations where there are underserved populations has been shown to reduce crime. Using the Green Gym space to spread messages of civic duty via audio speakers while encouraging women, disabled persons and other marginalized people to use the free outdoor spaces to improve their strength.Building the playground in Ecole Classiquede Nan Panyol will promote happy children, teamwork, sharing, and physics.
Supporting 3 struggling sports programs that are in the inner city areas playing soccer, volleyball and basketball. Providing various sports equipment, shoes and uniforms. The funds raised will also be used to maintain the various sports fields and courts used by these communities. Support for 2national martial arts programs that take homeless children off the streets to encourage guidance through training.
Collaborating with the Nan Panyol community for agriculture and microcredit projects by providing strategic support that will result in sustainable plantation development. Start by listening to the needs and using FLGL contacts to procure seeds for seed banks, plants for nurseries, and materials that can boost plantations and promote greenhouse project success.
Deepening our research and publishing our studies, this would allow our farmers to foresee upcoming environmental challenges to understand how to better plan for the future off arming. By knowing how to protect their environment and increase local production we can help families have better food security and increase our local production overall
Supporting long-term solutions for the common environmental obstacles inHaiti.This project would look into water capping and treatment, strategic terrace-farming and composting, erosion prevention through retainer wall building, reforestation and trash recycling projects.
Reaching out and showcasing all categories of Haitian art to encourage local artists through interviews and publications about them and their struggles. Thereby exposing the beauty but also the needs that if supplied can improve the livelihood of the artist. The clips can be archived and later used in other projects such as various local art festivals, fairs and documentaries
Researching and showcasing Haiti’s historic sites along with its breathtaking architecture monuments, bringing back national pride to its rich cultural heritage. This research would be used to publish a new Haitian history book filled with a dense collection of mesmerizing photos and insights.
Development and humanitarian work in Haiti have always been two of my greatest passions. Today, bringing a multitude of projects to fruition with this beautiful team at Fondation Louis et Gizou Lamothe remains a motivating and exciting honor for me.
Taking in consideration the daily obstacles here in Haiti, often unpredictably unique, I must say that it takes a special calling to do this work. Although the country has natural beauty, it remains complex in all its facets. That is why I encourage all of you to support the Fondation Louis et Gizou Lamothe that has been extremely active since its inception 5 years ago. Our team remains tenacious and effective in making this foundation one of the few Haitian non-profit organizations that continues to carry out its mission despite the difficulties.
In these unprecedented times, it has become a must for us to think outside the box to help the less fortunate.Counting on your participation is the only way for us to succeed in changing lives. This year, one of our goals is to keep you informed by making accessible the evolution of all projects by regularly updating our website. Take the time to visit www.FLGL.orgin order to discover the wonderful projects in progress. We invite you to collaborate, participate and/or support our mission. Help us continue to give our people the means to concretely develop themselves through creative, educational and sustainable programs.
Do not hesitate to contact us, follow us and continue sharing our projects with your network. We appreciate your precious financial participation for projects that are of particular interest to you. You can also contribute by offering your services to benefit our communities. Volunteers are always welcome! Your support and your shared vision for a better Haiti remains the key to our success
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