development is one of the sure ways to reduce the HIV/AIDS
epidemic, as well as truancy and crime that are occurring
in Haiti and other countries of the world.
gives young children economic opportunity and they will
not have the need to live their sheltered environment in
the villages to try to make a living in the slums of big
cities. In their villages where their parents are struggling
to give them an education, they live a sheltered life.
because of a lack of training in trades that insure them
a way to make a living as well as the lack of infrastructure,
they have no other choice than to live in their protected
surroundings and to try to make it elsewhere. With this
lack of skills, young adult find themselves resulting to
truancy and many times to prostitution in order to survive.
philosophy of Health Through Communications Foundation is
that the overall health of a village consists of much more
than medical care.
that education will foster a healthier lifestyle among these
under-served youth and subsequently keep them from leaving
the villages to go to the slums of inner cities. It will
also prevent them from getting sick.
this training, they are more susceptible to HIV/AIDS. They
are not even using the already stretched medical facilities
to their full potential.
Offering enrichment programs and providing vocational training
for the underprivileged and vulnerable youth is vitally
important. Our goal is to give the children opportunity
to break the cycle of poverty and receive the everlasting
gift of education.
Strive to Provide Training in These Areas:
Farming and Agriculture
Internet and Computer Technology Education
adult population, mostly unemployed and barely surviving
needs financial and educational services as well. These
people are needing support to simply learn and develop the
skills to support themselves. Our
goal is to help them to lift themselves out of poverty and
empower themselves and their communities
The goal of HTCF is to develop skills in these areas: