Lakou Lapè works with a number of partners that either fund our project and / or walk alongside us in different aspects of our mission.
Fondation Espoir – Haiti
Partenariat pour la Paix et la Prospérité à Saint Martin (3PSM) – Haiti
3PSM provides economic development and peace building programs in St Martin. It is an association formed of both private sector leadership and members of the St. Martin community and has around 100 members.
Kolektif pou Ankouraje Lapè ak Avansmamn Matisan (KAPAM) – Haiti
Community Association that regroups six theme-based Peace Committees in the Martissant area. They focus on peace building, dialogue and development in the areas of Health, Arts and Culture, Education, Sports, Professional development, Sanitation.
Inter-American Foundation – USA
The Inter-American Foundation, an independent U.S. government agency, was created by Congress in 1969 to channel development assistance directly to the organized poor in Latin America and the Caribbean. The IAF has carried out its mandate by responding with grant support for the most creative ideas for self-help received from grassroots groups and nongovernmental organizations.
Concern Worlwide – HAITI
Why are we in Haiti? Haiti is highly vulnerable to natural disasters, with over 96% of the population at risk. Haiti is also extremely vulnerable to the effects of climate change. Concern has been working in Haiti since 1994, when we launched a response to Hurricane Gordon, and has since responded to over 10 major disasters in Haiti. *We are currently responding to the threat of COVID-19 in Haiti.
UNOPS – HAITI
UNOPS has supported the Government of Haiti and development partners in the country since 2004. Our services aim to build national capacity and improve living conditions throughout the country through the successful implementation of projects in a range of sectors such as health, education, transport, energy and the environment. Since the 2010 earthquake, UNOPS has provided continuous support to Haiti, from early recovery and reconstruction to disaster risk reduction and sustainable development.
National Endowment for Democracy – USA
The National Endowment for Democracy (NED) is a private, nonprofit foundation dedicated to the growth and strengthening of democratic institutions around the world. Each year, with funding from the US Congress, NED supports more than 1,000 projects of non-governmental groups abroad who are working for democratic goals in more than 90 countries.