Kwasans is a Creole word meaning ‘growth’. At the Kwasans Foundation we are passionate about seeing growth in every facet of Haitian livelihood. By taking a holistic and sustainable approach to development, including nutrition and social enterprise initiatives, we are ultimately empowering Haitians Helping Haitians.
Working to improve the cognitive development of Haitian school children through extensive nutrient testing, ultimately striving to eradicate LF & Iodine Deficiency Disorders.
LYMPHATIC FILARIASIS (LF) CLINIC
HAITI SALT PROJECT
Kwasans has formed with the University of Notre Dame South Bend and the University of Notre Dame Haiti – Hinche along with the University of Zurich ZTH.
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Dr. Jessica Farebrother
With your support, our high-impact initiatives will continue enriching the soil. Planting seeds. Empowering Haitians helping Haitians.
Haiti has had its challenges. Yes, a vast understatement. Haiti has potential. Also a vast understatement!
Kwasans cannot continue its work to help empower Haitians helping Haitians without the generous support of caring people just like you. Please help revitalize this beautiful country and its resourceful and amazing people by donating to the cause today.
We are proud of Kwasans’ long term association with University of Notre Dame Haiti. Supporting existing Haitian institutions is central to our mission. We feel that Haitians are best able to help their countrymen and women.
Earl was personally and passionately committed to helping the people of Haiti through the elimination of Lymphatic Filariasis and the prevention of Iodine Deficiency Disorders. His selfless and unsung efforts, ministering with the Congregation of The Holy Cross in Christ’s name, impacted the lives of millions and the course of a nation.
Hear him share about Bon Sel Dayiti, a salt factory that we support in Haiti in this video (starting at 01:41).
For more information on how you can contribute to Earl’s memory, please click here