Global Adolescent Project was launched in July, 2010, in one of the largest IDP (internally displaced persons) camps in post-earthquake Port au Prince, Haiti. While working inside the camp, we were moved by the desire of young people to go to school.

A few tent schools were erected for small children, and adults could apply for cash-for-work programs. But, for those who were not a small child or an adult, the options for a hopeful future were nonexistent.

Education provides hope, for students and parents, and prevents trafficking of our kids.

We are currently housing, schooling, feeding, and clothing orphans in Haiti. With your support, we will be able to develop numerous programs to provide mentorship and business skills and opportunities among others to ensure sustainability and self-sufficiency.