We invite you to help transform lives today for Next Generation Haiti
Next Generation Haiti Program was established to assist children from our orphanage or partner agency care with obtaining a university degree in the program of their choice.
How your gift will help:
- The student’s tuition and fees for university studies, after a bill is received from the university/college. Payoff books required by university or college.
- We mentor each student to be sure they are achieving success
- Computer or laptop as required by school.
- Uniforms required by school.
- Medical, dental and eye care.
- Monthly stipend – not to be entire cost of living for student but a supplement.
Students requesting entrance into the Next Generation Program must meet the following:
- The student requesting assistance must be approved by the board of Haiti Children Project.
- Apply for and obtain admission to a university of his or her choice.
- Enroll in university courses and request that the university send an invoice for tuition to HCP.
- Assist with all living and housing arrangements while attending university.
- Pass all exams required for high school/college graduation and admittance to University.
- Send official grade report, when courses are complete to HCP.
The Difference You Can Make
From our students, why your gift matters!Learn More
Venel is sick… still. At 20 years old he can focus or study. He has bad intestinal problems and probably a hernia that needs surgery.
He is enrolled at UNASMA but has not attended many classes due to his illness.
Pierre Jean Renal Auguste
Auguste is a second year student at Canado each. This is his second two year degree. He is an electrical technician and is working on a degree in telecommunications. He will do great …even in Haiti.
Patricia is a first year student at St Francis D ‘Assisi. She is studying to become a lab technician.
Kinley is a 2nd year student at Rhodes University studying International Studies. He is very quiet and low talking. He loves sports and has good grades and health. Upon graduation Kinley hopes to work at the embassy. He has great language skill and does not really care for math. He believes God has not called him …yet.
Blendz is 20 years older and is in his first year of an Admin Science Major at USFAH school in PAP. He hopes to one day own a business, but sees his first job being in Banking.
Blendz has a heart for service. He feels his calling is taking care of others. He is gentle and kind, and finds school a bit of a struggle.
Fedia is a first year student at Notre Dame University in PAP. She hopes to be a nurse. She is bright and hopeful. After graduation she hopes to work in a medical clinic or mobile medical clinic bringingin health care to the poor while being a Christ witness!
Looken is 25 years of age and is a 3rd year student at Sant Francis D’Assise. He is a great man with a beautiful smile. He would like to be a natural resources engineer. He sees himself and a helper and believes God is calling him to help others…somehow!
Joseph Louis Emmanuel
Joseph is a 3rd year engineering student at the University LeConte. His grades are solid! He is a “true orphan” and wants to show others that you are never alone, and that God will show you and way and be a good father! He wants to be a civil engineer and solve the housing problem for the poor in Haiti. He wants to work in government or NGO to have resources to solve housing needs.
A first year student as a generator mechanic at Canado Technique. He is right for the job!
Marisseul is a 3rd year student at USFAH studying nursing. She hopes to work in community health upon graduation. She want to be a mid-wife!
With one year to go she is well on her way to meeting her goals. She is smart, intuitive, and is always on time and has her work complete.
She really has a heart for women’s health and hopes to maybe go on and become a specialist in Gynecology. She has a servant’s heart and calling!
Mathieu is 22 years old and is a first year student at USFAH. He is studying computer science. He would like to work for a large company doing I.T.
At 21 years old she is a beautiful lady who is maturing well. She seems very quiet and depressed for a lot of her younger years and now seems to be doing much better. You can see it in her smile. She is the best cook of all the kids… voted on by the kids!
She is in her first semester studying at Canado Technique and hopes to one day be a computer network administrator.
Ema is a 3rd year student at Lumiere University studying to be a nurse. She is bright, smart and will succeed at anything she decides to. She is from a small village called Leon. Her heart is to be a rural community health provider.
Motived, smart, hardworking, grateful, and determined, she will graduate in one year. She feels her call is to kids heath.
Maillard can be a great mentor, friends, and advocate for HCP Next Gen.
He is ready to graduate in June, and wants to get a Master’s in community development after graduation.
Guerline is a first year student at St. Francis D ‘Assisi. She has a heart to help people, and is studying management for business. She would like to work at a bank or cell company on graduation.
Emmanuel is new to the Next Gen family.
He has been accepted in University Lumiere to pursue a degree in medicine. His mentor is Dr. Katie Wolf, and we are grateful to her for asking us to interview him for our program.
He believes God is calling him out to a medical career to help the poor.
Cathiana has struggled, but her smile and perseverance have made her journey worth it. At nearly 30 years old she is the “mom” of the group. She feels Gods calling for her is a “surprise” and she is excited to wait. Great view!
At 29 she is a 3rd year student at University Innovative, learning to work administratively in an NGO. Our prayer is that music will lead her to ministry…where her heart is. Singing, or teaching or mentoring.
At 23 years old she is a 3rd year student (3/6) at University Notre Dame studying to become a doctor. She is as sharp as she is beautiful and feels like her strong point is chemistry and people skills.
In the long run she hopes her medical career will allow her to make big changes in health care in Haiti! She wants to specialize in pediatrics and neonatology.
Mirtha is a sharp lady and is in her 4th (of 7) year student at Quisqueya University majoring in architecture. She brought samples for her work in Rivet with 3D modeling showing incredible details and walk through’s.
She wants her career to be creating better architectural environment for the people in Haiti, with an emphasis on affordable housing.
In addition, she is a great cook. Her heart is in community development not just better places but better spaces, even for the poor.
At 30 years old he is our oldest student. He is in his 5th year at Quisqueya University (graduates in June) and will soon be a civil engineer.
Yvon’s long term goal is to help the homeless, and wants to improve construction techniques for basic housing to make them more resilient to hurricane with strapping methods.
Where they Are Today
Our graduates are making a difference in Haiti through many initiatives.
Thanks to our many donors and we can say that there is a bright future for Haiti Children Project. We have embarked on our newest partnership with Jeremie Rising, the Petit Foyer Childrens Home.Get Involved