Who are we?

We are the Haiti EcoVillage School Partnership, partners with MPP and UUSC, working together to build a sustainable, nationally-recognized school in the EcoVillages of Haiti.

We celebrate each of the 267 students attending our nationally-recognized school today!

Watch our video below to learn more about our school.

Click here to donate to the School.

What do we do?

We build connections to build a school in the EcoVillages. We raise funds, raise understanding, and find new partners here and in Haiti.

L to R: Ian Pittman (videographer), Pat Murphy, David Evans, Becky Evans, Claud Henry-Pierre, Jeanine Calia, Chris Calia (not pictured but joining group in Haiti: Robert Ehler.)

L to R: Ian Pittman (videographer), Pat Murphy, David Evans, Becky Evans, Claud Henry-Pierre, Jeanine Calia, Chris Calia (not pictured but joining group in Haiti: Robert Ehler.)

We visit the school and talk to the families and explore ways to engage. Click here to read news from the October 2018 visit to the school. This team is visiting the school this week. Read their updates and see more photos from their journey here.


Hosts, please    click this link    to register your guests.    Limited General Admission tickets will be available for this event. Click    here    to purchase tickets today.    To read about previous Flavors of Haiti events, click    here   .

Hosts, please click this link to register your guests.

Limited General Admission tickets will be available for this event. Click here to purchase tickets today.

To read about previous Flavors of Haiti events, click here.

We Encourage Reading!

Each fall Debby Miller and her team organize a book drive. Debby, a member at North Decatur Presbyterian Church, is a retired first grade teacher encourages love of reading by arranging these drives at our three member churches. The proceeds purchase books in Kreyol and French. These books are presented to the School Headmaster when the next group travels to Haiti. Because of this book drive each child in the school has the opportunity to learn to read and to enjoy a variety of books. Directeur Ramain expresses his gratitude and appreciation for these gifts of love and books in this video.

My School is in the EcoVillages,
a picture book with translations in Kreyol, French and English, shares the story of the EcoVillage school.
Click to order your copies.

Join us to build the school.

There are many ways to get involved.  Follow us and decide how you want to participate.