• Actualités KANPE

    Statement of The KANPE Foundation about the sexual misconduct file

    February 22, 2018

    It is with extreme gravity and seriousness that The KANPE Foundation learned of the allegations of sexual misconduct against several international cooperation and humanitarian aid organizations. The KANPE Foundation strongly condemns these actions and has a zero-tolerance policy towards all forms of exploitation, harassment, abuse, and violence, be they physical, psychological, verbal, or sexual in

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  • Thank you for your incredible support during the campaign!

    January 22, 2018

    Thanks to your support during the annual campaign (November 14 – December 31), KANPE raised $53,296 CAN to support its mission in Haiti. Thank you for your generosity! Your donations help to implement programs that have a concrete impact on the whole community of Baille Tourible. With the help of our partners in Haiti, in

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  • The Opéra de Montréal stands with KANPE

    January 20, 2018

    To start the new year, we are excited to announce a partnership with the Opéra de Montréal. Starting January 20th, $5 from every regular ticket for the opera JFK will be donated to The KANPE Foundation. “JFK wanted to tear down walls, not put them up. JFK considered the United States to be a ‘nation of

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  • Thanks for your support in 2017

    December 26, 2017

    A few days before the end of the year, we wish to thank from the bottom of our hearts those who supported us. In 2017, thanks to your donations, KANPE and its partners developped actions like these: Renovation of the cholera treatment unit. 127 people were treated there between January and October. Distribution of 12,000

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  • The peasant association of Baille Tourible presents encouraging results

    December 20, 2017

    Since 2016, KANPE and its partner Mouvement Paysan Papaye (MPP) have supported the community and “Organisation de Baille Touribe” (ODB), the local farmers’ association, in an effort to revitalize agriculture. Since the first bean seeds were distributed to 250 farmers in April 2016, ODB has made progress and agriculture is gaining ground in Baille Tourible

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  • Les éditions Les Malins stands with KANPE

    December 11, 2017

    The new year has not even begun and there is already good news to ring in. We are very happy to announce a collaboration with the publisher Les Malins for 2018 and For every copy of ABC des filles 2019 sold, $ 1 will be donated to The KANPE Foundation! Les éditions les Malins are

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  • Young people from Baille Tourible decided to set up agricultural projects

    December 8, 2017

    Thanks to the teaching received during the summer camp, around 70 young people from Baille Tourible’s small high school decided to set up 2 agricultural projects with the help of their teacher, Paulnet Paul: a vegetable garden and a plant nursery. These initiatives help the community to take one more step towards autonomy. Congratulations to

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  • Daily life in Baille Tourible

    November 21, 2017

    Mikaël Theimer is a volunteer photographer for KANPE. During his last travel in Haiti, he visited Baille Tourible for a few days. Through his photos, he shares the daily life of the members of this community supported by KANPE. Travelling to Baille Tourible by car is definitely not for the faint of heart! Despite driving

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  • GIVE ME 5 FOR KANPE

    KANPE launches its annual fundraising campaign #GiveMe5ForKANPE

    November 14, 2017

    With the support of several public figures, The KANPE Foundation launches its annual fundraising campaign with the theme #GiveMe5ForKANPE. In Canada, a five dollar-bill buys your morning coffee. But in Haiti, it can buy a chicken. Twenty-six of them (or $130 CAN) can pay a child’s school fees for a year. The #GiveMe5ForKANPE campaign, which

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  • The young people of the marching band cultivate black beans

    October 25, 2017

    Thanks to the teaching received during the summer camp, the young people of Baille Tourible’s marching band took the initiative, as a group, to cultivate black beans on a piece of land. The first harvest is expected for November. This objective of this initiative is twofold: – to put into practice the agricultural techniques learned,

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