HADAC provides food for the poorest people in Haiti & Dominican Republic, where hundreds of families has no way to provide even the basic needs to their children.
HADAC also supports educations programs like Mariposa Foundation, dedicated to create a better world with quality education to the poorest children in the area, even sponsoring a professional carreer.
Monkey Jungle Medical & Dental Free Clinics are supported by a lot of volunteers, from about 37 different countries around the world comes to help and support with their own hands this beautiful project.
Good water is a serious matter on those communities supported by HADAC. Government just thinks is too far, so HADAC works hard to bring good water to supply this basic need to families living in such condition.
Located about 8 miles inside El Choco, Mango Fresco is a community of Dominican and Haitian people, where Food and Water are hard to find.
This town of 5,000 near the Haitian/Dominican border
occupies mostly mud and old workers in 10’x10′ shacks in a semi-desert
region with contaminated water, dysentery and drought. HADAC and locals dug two wells and one of them is producing water, the second one is waiting for a second pump.
Since the earthquake, Jacmel, was underserved by most of the aid in Port au Prince. We were flying daily to both locations within a week of the earthquake and will continue as we restock medicines (mostly antibiotics for secondary infections), walking canes, walkers, wheelchairs and crutches.
Cap Haitian has seen an influx of homeless and poor fleeing the devastated areas to the southwest. We were flying daily to both locations within a week of the earthquake and will continue as we restock medicines (mostly antibiotics for secondary infections), walking canes, walkers, wheelchairs and crutches. Haiti is not a handicap friendly area. Can’t walk, can’t work.
You guys are amazing. The work you are doing is leaving a great legacy. It is a wonder that you can get
to so many places and help so many people.
Speaking for the folks in Derac we are grateful for all that you have done and continue to do. The
medicine was appreciated and will be put to good use.
To our knowledge this is the largest private social impact project to be done in the Northeast Department.
Five Presidents could not bring water to Derac but Chuck and Candy Ritzen along with Dr. Lissa are
close to reaching this goal.