• Giving Tuesday for education in Haiti! 

    November 29, 2021

    Since the beginning of the school year, new students have joined the Baille Tourible elementary public school and some school supplies are still needed. We are calling on you to help us support this school of 450 children. This Giving Tuesday, help us to finance the purchase of grammar, reading, and geography books, as well

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  • Summer camp: congratulations to the finalists of the drawing contest

    October 29, 2021

    Congratulations to Judelove Casséus, Thamara Dominique and Guernise Pierre, the 3 finalists of the drawing contest organized by KANPE following the special summer camp that took place during the summer in Baille Tourible. The young people had to illustrate preventive measures against COVID-19. Cancelled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the summer camp adapted

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  • Handwashing : Let’s keep up the good habits

    October 13, 2021

    Friday is International Handwashing Day!  Since its establishment in the Central Plateau in the midst of a cholera outbreak 10 years ago, KANPE has supported residents in adopting sanitary measures like handwashing. The population is proud to be living in a cholera-free community since 2018. With the COVID-19 pandemic, sanitary measures have been strengthened. Handwashing

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  • Success of the students of Baille Tourible in the official exams

    September 13, 2021

    We congratulate the 11 students (8 girls and 3 boys) of the 9th grade of the secondary section of the École Nationale de Baille Tourible for their success in the official exams in Haiti. We thank the parents, teachers, and our partner Summits Education for their commitment to quality education for the youth of the

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  • Thank you for your incredible support!

    September 9, 2021

    More than 750 of you joined the Walk for Good’s Walkathon – 60 days around the world for KANPE – organized by 360insights to benefit the foundation. Thanks to you, the participants and partners, more than $100,000 have been pledged or donated to launch the community campus project in the Central Plateau of Haiti. During

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  • COVID-19: the summer camp returns with a new formula

    September 8, 2021

    Summer camp was not held in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year, the camp has adapted. The community is excited to revive this activity in a new format that respects the health measures in place against the pandemic. From August 30 to September 9, counselors will meet the youth in their living environment

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  • Nutrition training for local women’s organizations

    September 1, 2021

    Haiti is full of nutritious fruits and vegetables. Many of these vegetables were produced in the subsistence gardens of vulnerable communities in Baille Tourible. They were used for sale, but mostly for local consumption. To help the community get the most nutritional value from the vegetables and other local foods, nutrition training was held earlier

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  • Haïti, hit by natural disasters

    August 19, 2021

    Dear KANPE family, As you have all heard, a devastating earthquake hit Haiti on Saturday.   The epicentre was in the southern portion of the country, with significant structural damage in the cities of Cayes and Jeremie.  Our hearts are with Haiti, now and always. While the community of Baille Tourible in the Central Plateau was

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  • New sanitation options for students

    August 11, 2021

    Clean and functional sanitation options are paramount in these times of pandemic. We continue to support the community of Baille Tourible in the Central Plateau of Haiti with the construction of sanitary facilities for students in both the elementary national public and the secondary schools. << SUPPORT OUR ACTIONS >> Click on the following link

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  • A good harvest season in Baille Tourible

    August 6, 2021

    In Haiti, this year’s bean harvest was excellent in Baille Tourible. A surplus of nearly 1,000 kg of beans was repaid to the local seed bank over the volume distributed in the spring. This surplus will allow for expanded distribution to more families next year. Gradually, the community is walking towards food sovereignty. << SUPPORT

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