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HELP‘s mission is to create, through merit- and needs-based university scholarships, a community of young professionals and leaders who promote a more just society in Haiti.

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HELP Featured in the NY Times

December 20, 2014

New York Times’ writer Nicholas Kristof featured HELP in his December 20th column, “The Gift of Education”.

As Bill Clinton says, “Nobody clarifies the social challenges of our time, or the moral imperative to help meet them, better than Nick Kristof,” so this column is a powerful endorsement of HELP.

When Stephanie Rubin (HELP class of 2019) met Kristof in Haiti, she told him, “I never imagined I would be able to meet a journalist from the New York Times! But since I’ve been at HELP, now I know anything is possible.”

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Double The Impact

December 17, 2014

A generous donor is matching all contributions, up to a total of $50,000, through the end of 2014.

HELP us double our impact.

HELP at CGI 2014

Nemdia Daceney speaks on Haiti session panel

September 24, 2014

Nemdia DACENEY (economics ’14) had the opportunity to represent HELP at the 2014 Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting’s Haiti session. Nemdia spoke alongside Paul Farmer of Partners in Health, Haitian Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe, Digicel Chairman Denis O’Brien, and Norma Powell of the Center for Facilitation of Investments, on a panel moderated by Adam Davidson of NPR’s Planet Money. Check out the full session, including Nemdia’s opening statement (42:30 – 47:00) and participation in an audience Q&A.

The Story of HELP on Film

August 21, 2014

We’re very pleased to share HELP’s latest video, documenting the mission and methods of the program, and the stories of some of our students and alums. We hope you enjoy it!