Haiti Mission Branche Nord (HMBN) is an apolitical non-profit in Haiti working for long-lasting social development. It aims to improve the well-being of its citizens by contributing to economic growth, protecting the environment, promoting education, and training young people to reach their potential.
Haiti Mission Branche Nord wishes to work in partnership with local and international organizations as well as public and private sectors to concentrate its actions around the following social, medical, agricultural and environmental issues.
- To take part in the process of job creations in rural zones.
- To organize workshops and formations in the rural zone.
- To collaborate with the national and international institutions in the realization of plans, programs and projects in social matters.
- To work for the equality of the people for both men and women.
- To come to assistance of the most underprivileged people.
- To work for the social progress and economic of the Haitian nation.
- To take part in any action to improve human living conditions.
- To take part in the process of rural and community development by educating the children, by training health workers and bringing technical aid closer to people in rural areas.
- To create and carry out projects in social matters, the medical field, agricultural, environmental and micro-business.
Fields of Intervention
- Rural Infrastructure
- Training and Education
- Income Generating Actvities
- Medical Doctor
- Social workers
- Environmentalist and Engineer
The Haiti Mission Branche is made up of ten people, with the following committee:
- Eugene Maklin (Coordinator)
- Labieville Lidwine (Secretary)
- Dantil Moussanto (Advisor)
- Carmille Jean Fritz (Advisor)
- Meme Wilet (Treasurer)