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According to the 2020 USAID fact sheet on Haiti Education, an average 25-year old Haitian has less than 5 years of schooling. The average literacy rate in Haiti is 61%. There is a shortage of qualified teachers and a lack of Government oversight. The average first grader in Haiti lacks the ability to read or write. School enrollment remains low in schools as costs to attain public education are out of reach for low-income families.

How we Help

Maison Fortuné Orphanage is committed to changing accessibility to education starting within the Hinche community. In 2021, our day-student enrollment will include 222 children from the local community, attending at no cost. These day-students will live with their families while receiving a solid parochial education that would otherwise be out of their reach. We offer preschool starting at age 4 to launch children on a path to success. Because we know it’s hard to succeed on an empty stomach, all students receive a nutritious lunch on campus daily.

High School Scholars Program

Maison Fortuné Orphanage is committed to changing accessibility to education starting within the Hinche community. In 2021, our day-student enrollment will include 222 children from local community, attending at no cost. These day-students will live with their families, while receiving a solid parochial education which would otherwise be out of their reach. We offer preschool starting at age 4 to launch children on a path to success. Because we know it’s hard to succeed on an empty stomach, all students receive a nutritious lunch on campus daily.

We welcome your support toward our education costs.

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The Future of Haiti

MAISON FORTUNÉ

ORPHANAGE FOUNDATION

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 3092, Chesapeake, VA 23327-3092

Email: helpthechildren@localhost