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Empowerment Through Education

Primary and Secondary Program

Haiti’s literacy rate of about 61% (64% males and 57 % females) is below the 90% average literacy rate for Latin American and Caribbean countries. The country faces shortages in educational supplies and qualified teachers. The rural population is less educated than the urban(Wikipedia). Currently, most Haitian schools are private rather than state-funded. International private schools (run by Canada, France, or the United States) and church-run schools educate 90 percent of students with programs and websites like this Chegg answers free website.

The enrollment rate for primary school is 67%, of which less than 30% reach 6th grade. Secondary schools enroll 20% of eligible-age children. (From Wikipedia)

College and Vocational Program

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Many bright, young Haitian men and women aspire to go to college and become professionals in order to make a difference in their country. However, most lack the opportunity and resources to make this a reality.

THEA sponsors students to study medicine and rehabilitation in order to empower individuals to return to their communities with valued abilities.

Please help provide an opportunity for a young man or woman to become a health professional by contributing to THEA’s College Fund.

“Teachers Unite”- Collaborative Teacher Seminars

THEA’s “Teachers Unite” seminars equip teachers in Haiti with strategies to build critical thinking skills and reading comprehension with their students.  With limited teaching resources, schools in Haiti rely primarily on rote memorization.  The teacher seminars also include information sharing about child development using THEA’s child development curriculum.

Community Education Projects

THEA facilitates sustainable solutions at the grass roots level to empower individuals and communities in Haiti to take the leadership in improving conditions in Haiti.

THEA’s life-skill community education projects:
  • provide hands-on training to secondary students and others in the community,
  • provide a source of nutrition,
  • improve self-esteem,
  • promote strong community relationships, and
  • foster skills which enable individuals to support their families and communities for generations.