Pro-Haiti is a non-profit organization established in 1993, in partnership with Haiti. Many of the founders are from tech companies such as IBM and HP. The organization supports ideological and material development projects in Haiti, which are an effective aid for self-help to the population especially in rural areas for social and economic issues. Projects must be coordinated with a Haitian company.

Target group: Young people

Focus of funding: Vocational training in mechanics, electrical engineering, automotive engineering, set up of workshops for cooperatives for graduates.

Regions: Jeremie (Grand ‘Anse region), Leogane (Port au Prince region.)

Pro-Haiti and Tek4Kids are connected through mutual sharing of information centered around technology needs of students in Jeremie, Haiti and how to create a more robust learning environment for students.

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