Locations

The work of The Haiti Collective is directly tied to an indigenous network of churches affiliated with Society of Christians in Haiti (SCH).   The Haitian churches we work with have taken up the responsibility to care for the fatherless with each church facilitating a school for orphans and vulnerable children in their community. Included in their efforts to educate orphans, they have also provided food security, clean water, and most importantly, the opportunity to hear the good news of Jesus Christ and believe in the gospel.

 

Desarmes, Haiti

Desarmes is the headquarters for our partner organization in Haiti - The Society of Christians in Haiti (SCH). The church building at Desarmes was completely destroyed in the earthquake of 2010. It was rebuilt in 2011 with the help of their THC ...

Desdunes, Haiti

Desdunes is a commune in the Artibonite district of Haiti. It is located in the Artibonite Valley, roughly 93 miles north of Port-au-Prince. It has a population of approximately 20,000. Most of the inhabitants depend on agriculture to make a liv...

Dessalines, Haiti

The town Dessalines is named after Jean-Jacques Dessalines, the leader of the Haitian Revolution and the first ruler of independent Haiti. It was the first capital city of Haiti and it is known as the First Black Capital of the New World. The c...

Drouin, Haiti

Drouin is a small rural community near the SCH headquarters in Desarmes. The church in Drouin was established as a church plant by the church in Desarmes. While it is a very small church with regard to the number of members, its members care for...

L'Estere, Haiti

L'Estere is the location of the famous battle of the revolution that took place on February 23, 1803 between the troops of Rochambeau and Dessalines at the Ravine-a-Couleuvre. It has a population of approximately 3,000 inhabitants. L'Estere is a p...

Port-de-Paix

Port-de-Paix is the northern most city in Haiti. It is located on the coast and has a population of approximately 250,000. The area around the town was given the name "Valparaiso" by Christopher Columbus after landing here on December 6, 1492, and...

Saint Marc, Haiti

Saint Marc is a large port town surrounded by mountains. The port of Saint-Marc is currently the preferred port of entry for consumer goods coming into Haiti. The town is known for being a unique blend of city and rural lifestyles. Goats are ram...

Verrettes, Haiti

Verrettes is located approximately 58 km north of the capital, Port-au-Prince, and has approximately 49,000 inhabitants. Verrettes is the birthplace of the late president Dumarsais Estimé. The city downtown is known for its live music, rest...