Originally occupied as a French colony, Haiti gained independence in 1804 and achieved recognition as the first nation of freed African slaves in the Western Hemisphere. Yet the Republic of Haiti today lags far behind most nations in its capacity to educate its citizens. Current statistics indicate that only half of all Haitians can read. As a consequence...Read More

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Except for the work of FLM-Haiti and a few other non-profit organizations receiving funding from outside the country, Haitian health care is essentially a privilege for the wealthy citizens of that poor country. Beginning in 2001, FLM-Haiti volunteers began to take health care to the people in the communities of Thomassin, Laboule, Boutiliers,... Read More

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Walk for Haiti

On Saturday, June 27, 2015, please join the FLM of Haiti as it sponsors the Walk for Haiti, a fund-raiser to support the organization's educational and medical missions to the still-recovering island nation.Read More

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Functional Literacy Ministry of Haiti is a Pittsburgh-based organization that has been working in Haiti since 1983...Read More

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