This website is an effort by students in the Duke Law Community Enterprise Clinic to identify, assess, and promote five exceptional non-profit organizations operating in Haiti. With over 3,000 NGOs currently in Haiti, we seek to spotlight the work of these five high-impact organizations that support education, health, democracy, jobs, and infrastructure development. By reading a summary of our research findings, we hope you will consider supporting them.
Disclaimer: Duke’s Community Enterprise Clinic is a project of Duke Law School. The clinic’s activities are conducted as part of the school’s academic mission and do not represent an official endorsement or policy of Duke University. The recommendations on this site are solely those of the students represented and not of Duke University. The Clinic is a resource for non-profit organizations and low-wealth entrepreneurs working to improve the quality of life in low-wealth communities through community economic development strategies. Students represent a wide range of clients to help them overcome barriers, attract resources and improve the quality of life in the communities they serve, and the students’ work is supervised by licensed attorneys.