2 in 3 children in Haiti will leave school before the 6th grade. We believe that number can change.

At Clean Hands for Haiti, we support Haitian children by funding educational scholarships, helping them find access to healthcare, and providing them with them a safe space to learn.

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Explore some of our stories.

We have grown a lot in the past 5 years and have exciting plans for the future. Take a look at  some of our past successes, current initiatives, and see what we have in store for the future.


Our Vision.

We have come a long way but we have big plans over the next 5 years.

See our roadmap

Fostering creativity.

In 2020, we are expanding our arts program to include a photo and video course.

learn why art
Samuel reading a moving speech he wrote at the 2018 Clean Hands for Haiti Formal Dinner.

Paving the future.

Our first students' have graduated and have paved the way for future students. 

See Samuel's story

Knowledge is power.

We want to provide academic scholarships to 100 additional students across Haiti over the next year.

Find out how
Sama shortly before going into surgery to remove the large lumps found on her breast.

Health comes first.

Having access to healthcare can mean the difference between cancer and graduation.

See Sama's Story

Where we've been.

Over the years, our program has grown beyond providing educational scholarships for Haitian students.

View our journey

85% of schools in Haiti are privately owned.

Every child deserves to be able to go to school. A monthly donation of $25 can fund a student's tuition, uniforms, and books for a year.

Our New Partnership Needs Your Support
Clean Hands for Haiti and the Black Men's Forum from Harvard College are partnering to provide Haitian students, living in Haiti, an opportunity to tour the college and stay on campus for three days. During the 3 days stay, the Haitian international students will be able to shadow students based on their academic interest, participate in workshops emphasizing the unique challenges in Haiti, and engage in discussion panels. 
Your generous donation will help us continue to provide educational support and unique opportunities for Haitian students, such as visiting colleges.
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