Join the movement to end poverty, violence, and injustice in Haiti.
Local leaders, Lasting change
Beyond Borders brings proven expertise that equips local leaders to make lasting change — even in challenging times.
Your support leverages their power to make Haiti a nation free of child servitude and violence against women, a nation where every child goes to a good school, and dignified work feeds the souls and bodies of every citizen.
Movements that transform.
Haitian families trapped in a generational cycle of extreme poverty face so many challenges all at once. Using a globally proven approach, Beyond Borders’ Family Graduation Program equips families to permanently escape hunger, homelessness, and extreme poverty in 24 months.
One in eight Haitian children is trapped in servitude. One in three girls experiences violence by age 18. We organize communities to stop generational cycles of violence, addressing root causes like extreme poverty, lack of quality schooling, and the imbalance in power between women and men.
Haiti is facing a leadership crisis. Beyond Borders invests in local leadership — including survivors of child servitude and domestic violence — building movements to overcome poverty and prevent violence. Since 2010, we’ve trained 75,000 women and men who are working to transform Haiti from the bottom up.
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Will my support make a difference?
Beyond Borders uses proven approaches to achieve lasting impacts.
Researchers at the Global Women’s Institute at The George Washington University found that Beyond Borders’ work to prevent violence against women and girls reduced intimate partner violence by more than 50 percent, community-wide.
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Beyond Borders is consistently rated one of the best nonprofits by America’s leading independent evaluators of charities. It’s a reflection of our commitment to both financial transparency and accountability to every donor.
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