Who we are

Haven is an Irish non-governmental organisation (NGO) which is strongly committed to empowering the people of Haiti to build strong and sustainable livelihoods.

Launched in 2008, we work solely in Haiti, facilitating the provision of sustainable water and sanitation, training and education, and shelter solutions for its people.

Our vision is to build thriving communities which prosper independently, and in which every person has a safe place to call home.

Our Skills - We focus our time and resources to help build sustainable communities

Water and Sanitation (WASH)
Training and Education
Community Development

To date, we have provided and facilitated training to over 78,000 people in Haiti, empowering them to build strong, valuable and life-long livelihoods skills.  We have trained more than 69,000 people in Hygiene Promotion, and built or upgraded homes and shelters for over 21,500 people.  We have also directly employed more than 1,200 local people, and brought over 1,400 Irish and international volunteers to Haiti to work on vital community development projects.

 

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Homes upgraded on the island of Île à Vache

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Haitian people directly employed by Haven

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Solar lighting packs distributed in Haiti

 

Timeline Photos With less than two weeks left to go in her placement with our team in Haiti, University College Cork student Johanna Murray reflects on our attitude towards immigration policies. In this very passionate post, she admires the resilience of people ...
With two weeks left in her placement, @UCC student Johanna Murray reflects on #immigration policies, our attitude t… https://t.co/1L3KtnVD6r
Do you rely on your #smartphone? @UCC student Johanna has found the lack of #gadgets one of the biggest changes dur… https://t.co/DgSB9V0qsO
Timeline Photos The lack of electricity and gadgets can be a culture shock for people arriving into Haiti, as University College Cork student Johanna Murray has discovered during her placement with our team on the ground. Getting used to the difficulties with ...
Thank you so much to everyone who supported our tenth annual Golf Classic at Castle Golf Club last Friday afternoon. We were delighted to welcome 24 teams for a tightly-fought tournament in the stunning summer sun, and congratulations to our ...
Stunning day in #Dublin for our tenth annual #Golf Classic in support of our work in #Haiti! https://t.co/X6hfwCci24
With just over three weeks left to go in her placement with our team in Haiti, University College Cork student Johanna Murray has been busy working on the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) side of our projects: check out all that ...
The bank holiday weekend is almost here, and, with the sun finally out, there's no better time to get started with the Paris2Nice challenge! This unique event sees cyclists raising sponsorship for their chosen charities by taking on the 700km ...
After a difficult bout of food poisoning, our Programmes Support Intern, University College Cork student Johanna Murray, has spent some time visiting doctors, hospitals and clinics in Haiti to ensure she gets back to good health as soon as possible. ...
Cycle4Haiti Thank you to all the team at Aspire Techonology for such generous and committed support of the Cycle4Haiti - we really appreciate it!
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