HWC Launches Emergency Response Fund Supporting Haitian Women-Led Organizations responding to the emergency crisis in Haïti

Beneficiary Organizations:

100%FANM: Support for economic development

NEGES MAWON: Supporting the opening of their new safe house for survivors in Carrefour Feuille.

PROFAMIL: Supporting women’s sexual and reproductive health services in Port-au-Prince.

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Profamil Haiti providing medical assistance after the 2021 earthquake in the southern region of Haiti
Neges Mawon proudly presents the inaugural issue of ALASO, a magazine amplifying feminist perspectives and voices.
Haitian women leaders from various nonprofit organizations convened to address the ongoing crisis in Haiti.
Haitian women leaders from various nonprofit organizations convened to address the ongoing crisis in Haiti.

Our Mission.

To use our shared expertise and power to advance health, education, civic engagement, leadership and opportunities for diverse communities in Haiti.

We achieve our mission by investing in and strengthening, the capacity of women-led organizations and movements to advance meaningful and lasting social, cultural and economic change.

Our Vision.

To support the self-identified needs of the Haitian people with respect, integrity, consciousness and transparency.

Our Belief.

We believe the true cornerstone of democracy includes the participation of all members of society.

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Convening of Haitian Women Leaders Event

On Saturday, November 11, 2023, and Sunday, November 12, 2023, Haitian women leaders convene in New York City for two (2) days of networking, sharing strategies and sisterhood. We had no idea how amazing it would be to come together and celebrate each woman, our individual achievements, and experiences and also use the opportunity to learn more about women and girls’ empowerment, the Intersectionality of gender and climate, economic development, governance, and, of course, philanthropy.

2023 Impact Report

The organization’s annual report highlights its significant impact over the past year, with a particular focus on its response to the crisis in Haiti. By collaborating and supporting women-led Haitian organization, HWC has played a crucial role in providing relief, support, and resources to those affected. Their efforts have not only addressed immediate needs but also aimed to build resilience and foster long-term solutions in the Haitian communities served.

Annual Report 2021 - 2022

Our response to the August 2021 earthquake included a streamlined process to provide cash to our partner organizations all led by women in the impacted areas. Together with others, they were able to support women restarting their small business, providing stipends to teachers, allowing women to feed their families and access their basic needs such as clean water, clothing and household items.

TOGETHER WE SERVE

HWC supports and encourages collaboration to achieve the ultimate goal of a better Haiti.

RESOURCES

Our response to the August 2021 earthquake included a streamlined process to provide cash to our partner organizations all led by women in the impacted areas.

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Ways To Support The Work Of The Haitian Women's Collective

  • Consider donating to our GoFundMe fundraiser. HWC partner organizations 100%FANM, Neges Mawon & Profamil Haiti will benefit from this fundraiser.

  • SHARE OUR WEBSITE with someone who you think would benefit from knowing about HWC.

  • If you are a subscriber to our NEWSLETTER, FORWARD A COPY to those interested in learning more about women-led organizations throughout Haiti.

  • ENCOURAGE 3 friends or colleagues to make a $25 DOLLAR TAX-DEDUCTIBLE DONATION.

We believe the true cornerstone of democracy includes the participation of all members of society.
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