Also in 2009, in Kalsegra, West Ghana, Africa, we built a school known as “The School of Two Trees” for 300 K-8th graders. We provided a clinic, sustainable farming and necessary farming equipment.
In 2010 we finished our three villages in Terre Rouge, Fond Rouge Torbek and Paroty, Haiti. These three villages totaled 100 homes, and provided shelter to over 800 men, woman and children who had none before.
Also in 2010 three more self-sufficient villages:
- Built a new village in Chameau, Haiti (50 houses, 50 latrines, 50 goats, 100 fruit trees, 1 mule).
- Built a new village in Mannuel, Haiti (50 houses, 50 latrines, 50 goats, 100 fruit trees, 1 mule.
- Built a new village in Mahotiere/Rampa, Haiti (50 houses, 50 latrines, 50 goats, 100 fruit trees, 1 mule.
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In 2011, CHPF accomplished the following (3 more villages + help in the US):
- In Paroty, Haiti, created then built a self-sufficient village that contained 50 homes (housing up to 400 people), sanitation facilities, 1 mule and renewable food sources (fruit trees, goats, chickens, pigs, etc).
- In Makandal, Haiti, built a smaller self-sufficient village contained 10 larger homes (housing up to 100 people), sanitation facilities, 1 mule and renewable food sources (fruit trees, goats, chickens, pigs, etc).
- Provided expedient emergency relief (cholera, earthquake, etc) in Haiti in the form of food and hundreds of bio-sand water filters producing up to 1000 gallons of clean drinking water a day.
- Given the economic challenges domestically, CHPF focused some of its efforts here at home as well, with 10-15% of our donors dollars staying here in the U.S.
In 2012, with the help of the Martel Alliance and Hope to Haiti, we built a seaside village in Anse Rouge, Haiti containing:
- 40 concrete houses
- 20 concrete latrines
- 1 2,000 sq. ft. community center and fishing cooperative
- 4 15-foot fiberglass boats w/ 4 15hp motors
- 1 generator
- 2 freezers
- And 1 underground fuel storage tank
In 2013, with your help, Caring House Project Foundation completed the following:
In St Marc (Parish of the Cross) & Roseaux, Haiti…
Provided 150 new concrete homes, 150 concrete latrines, 1 large community center/clinic/school, 150 female goats, 10 large water filtration systems and 600 fruit trees – all at no cost to the villagers! See the before and after photos for 2013 below.
In 2014 Caring House Project finished it’s 21 self-sufficent village in Ravine a’ Couleuvre, a small Haitian enclave near the Town of L’Estere (pop 3,000). RAC now contains 40 concrete/steel homes, 1 – 2,500 sq. ft. concrete church and community center, 20 concrete latrines, 1 water well, 40 water filtration systems, 40 goats and 80 chickens. This new village benefits 400+ children and their families!
Completed in 2015: Guernsey Family Village
The new Guernsey Family Village in Tante Jeanne, Haiti contains a chicken farm for commerce and to allow the village to be self-sufficient, 40 painted concrete and steel homes to accommodate families up to 10 people, 1 painted 2,500 sq. ft. concrete and steel church and community center, 20 concrete and steel latrines, 1 water well, 40 water filtration systems (one per house), 40 solar lights (one per house), and 40 solar stoves (one per house).
This new village benefits 400+ children and their families! All elements of the village will be provided to the residents of The Guernsey Family Village at no cost to them.
Completed in 2016: Doug Doebler Village, Brinet, Haiti
The Doug Doebler village contains 40 concrete and steel homes to house a total of 400-500 children and their families, 1 large concrete and steel multi-purpose building containing a school/ church/ community center, 20 concrete and steel latrines, water well, water filters, solar lighting, and hundreds of goats and chickens.
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