Building Schools for Underprivileged Children
This program is to help educate underprivileged children in remote rural areas in Haiti. In most of the rural areas their are thousands of children that do not and cannot go to school because their are no schools to go to. The goal of Haiti Relief Fund’s Educational Development is to build and financially support the school budget yearly and monitor the children’s educational progress throughout their years of learning.
Haiti Relief Fund invites you to be a sponsor for a school project in Haiti. We will build the school in yours or your loved ones name, and we will keep you updated with reports on the schools process and progress.
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The William Eisenberg Community School of Bedon
Haiti Relief Fund is building this community school in Memory of William Eisenberg, Community School of Bedon, in 14th Section Morne a Chandelle, south east of Haiti. This school will give thousands of children that never go to school the opportunity to do so and you know the bread of education is the building block of any nation.
The William Eisenberg Community School of Bedon, in 14th Section Morne a Chandelle will serve other communities near Locality Bedon, including Grand Bois, Baroni, Nan Chabon, Haute Bedon and Grand Riviere Eau-Fou. Within these localities nearby and Locality Bedon in 14th Section Morn a Chandelle, there are about 4,000 Children that have not been able to go to school because there is no school. This is the first time the children in these localities have the opportunity for an education.
The Children in Haiti Needs Your Help, Please Make a Donation Today to Help This Project.
Donations can also be mailed to:
Haiti Relief Fund Inc.
48-D Atlantic Avenue
Lynbrook NY 11563
School Construction Update:
Wednesday September 27, 2012: Haiti Relief Fund’s Staff transporting lumbers for the construction of The William Eisenberg Community School of Bedon, located in 14th. Section Morne A Chandelles. This is a monumental task because there is no access to commute by vehicles.
To transport any building materials it takes 6 hours of walk. This primary school will give thousands of children that never go to school the opportunity to go to school.
Please see video archive of the school in process:
As construction begins Haiti Relief Fund’s Chair, Carlo Thertus, Chief Coordinator Eugene Robenson and HRF’s Staff visit the William Eisenberg Community School of Bedon. To reach Bedon in 14th Section Morne a Chandelle south east of Haiti. It is a 6 hour walk only from Riviere Froide, Carrefour.
This school will give thousand of children that never go to school the opportunity to go to school.
The children of Haiti need your help