"EXEMPLARY HAITIAN AWARD" of Hope and Change for Haiti

Over the last 2 years we have found out that there are so many Haitians especially Haitian women living in RI who have worked tirelessly to support our fellows in many areas in Haiti where there are immeasurable needs. They have organized missionaries trips to Haiti several times per year, have sent thousands of kids to school, delivered sanitary kits and medication to needy people in Haiti, evangelized those who seek the presence of God, brought comfort to the oppressed and feed the hungry.

Even though they are dealing with financial hardships to continue their mission, they never give up. They dream, as we do, of a better Haiti. At Hope and Change for Haiti, we admire their dedication and determination, we value their work in making a difference in their community here and in contribute to progress in Haiti. While they have enjoyed working in the shadow for the last three decades, we feel it is time to let them know that we appreciate their work and they are not alone in this mission on making Haiti a better place for its citizens. Therefore, we recognize today 3 incredible women among a long lists by presenting them the “Exemplary Haitian Award” of Hope and Change For Haiti. We thank Rev. Rose-Marie Simon, Sr Bertha St-Vil and Sr Camesuze OXceus for their dedication in serving the Haitian community here in RI and Haiti.

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You can learn more about their work by visiting Elmwood Avenue Church of God, Providence RI.

Donate to Hope and Change For Haiti is a continued support to our work.

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© 2019 by Hope & Change for Haiti

Municipality of Paillant

Department of Nippes, Haiti


About Paillant

Located in the Nippes department of Haiti, the municipality of Paillant has about 20,000 inhabitants who live on a surface area of 28.34 square miles (73.4 square kilometer) and a perimeter of 34.49 mi. The distance between Port-au-prince (the capitol of the country) and Paillant is approximately 71 miles (114.4 kilometers), and the weather averages 80° Fahrenheit (26.67° Celsius). Paillant’s geographical coordinates are 18° 25’ 0” North, 73° 9’ 0” West. Paillant contains many villages such as Jeannette, Desmarais, Bequin, George, Lebrun, Mussotte, Salagnac, Bezin, Corail, Viau, Carrefour Dent, Desmarhots,… It is a municipality that suffers of many social, economic, sanitary and educational issues. Indeed, that population is not exempt of problem related to the entire country which is poverty that includes lack of education, healthcare, road infrastructure, and jobs; inaccessibility to water, and electricity; anarchical construction; rudimentary technics for farming; absence of law enforcement, and bank. The economy relies exclusively on agriculture, livestock, and small commerce. Average family size is 7 members. Beside of all its problem of poverty, Paillant is such a beautiful place with a great potentiality of development, and a wonderful climate. The level of hospitality of its citizens are outstanding. If you want to discover what Paillant has to offer and you want to help us to develop sustainable projects there, please reach out to us by email or telephone or leave us a message on this website. Thank you!