The Anseye Pou Ayiti movement seeks to unite all those – in Haiti and beyond – who support dramatic change in education outcomes for all children, while dispelling any notions about poverty dictating the true potential of a nation.
APA will ensure our teacher leaders are placed in existing rural and underserved primary schools where they will have maximum impact—raising education outcomes and altering the life trajectory of their students. APA cohort teachers are not hired to replace school staff, but rather to fill open positions and increase existing schools’ capacity. Where are APA’s Partnerships with Local Placement Schools? Over 80 partner schools during the 2019-2020 school year, now working in 5 partner communities of Gros-Morne, Gonaives, Mirebalais, Boucan Carré & Hinche.
As of January 2015, Anseye Pou Ayiti became a formal partner organization with Teach For All global network. Learn more about our partnership, and browse the Teach For All website to learn more about the core principles and values that unite a growing network of partners — including a focus on constant organizational learning and mutual responsibility. Each independent organization’s model is tailored to country context, local needs assessment, and cultural relevance.
As stated by the Haitian proverb: “Men anpil, chay pa lou” (many hands lighten the load)!
Echoing Green ● Fondation Digicel ● Herbert & Nell Singer Foundation ● Ansara Family Fund ● Dimagi, Inc. ● Skees Family Foundation ● Calvary Church ● Flora Family Foundation ● A Partner in the Global Education Network – Teach For All