•St. Joseph House for boys formerly living on the streets.
•Wings of Hope provides a true home environment for children and young adults with physical and mental disabilities.
•Trinity House: A school for 120 children, many of whom are “restaveks” (child slaves).
At its community center in the heart of Jacmel, Tetkole provides meals, educational assistance and mentors who work to integrate the community and families, in cultivating a culture of positivity and creative problem-solving.
"Pathway to a Better Life" in Haitian Creole, this program brings Haiti's poorest women to self-sufficiency over the course of 18 months. CLM case managers provide materials to construct a sturdy home, a latrine, a water filter, a choice of two income-generating assets and healthcare through Partners in Health. As of Spring 2017, The CLM program has worked with 2,550 women, with a 96% graduation rate.
A program which develops leaders for a more just society in Haiti by providing needs- and merit-based university scholarships.
Since 1987, "Step by Step" in Haitian Creole, has been providing treatment and education for and raising awareness about children with special needs.