Our Mission

A free and independent Haiti

Towards an Independent Haiti

We are dedicated to empowering private enterprises and fostering an environment that promotes national wealth, ensuring that every citizen reaps the benefits.

With a focus on both rural and urban areas, HDN encourages the formation of cooperatives, nurturing the entrepreneurial spirit necessary for the accumulation of national capital and continuous development. Agriculture, the backbone of Haiti’s prosperity, is at the forefront of our mission, guaranteeing the well-being of our people and driving socio-economic progress.

HDN leaves no stone unturned in maximizing land productivity and establishing domestic marketing channels for foodstuffs. Through dedicated technical and financial management units in each communal section, we intend to provide unwavering support to family farmers, equipping them with the tools they need to thrive.

Join HDN today and be a part of shaping Haiti’s future. Together, we will unlock unprecedented opportunities for growth and prosperity.

Building the Future on Many Fronts

Building an independent Haiti is not a singular task. Our team is focused on many initiatives that will directly and indirectly benefit every individual Haitian.

"Agriculture, which is the main source of the Nation's wealth, is a guarantee of the well-being of the people and the socio-economic progress of the Nation."

Haitian Constitution ARTICLE 247


"The State shall see to it that each territorial division, communal Section, commune or Department shall have the essential educational establishments adapted to the needs of their development, without however prejudicing the priorities assigned to agricultural, vocational, cooperative and technical training, which must be widely disseminated."

Haitian Constitution ARTICLE 32-7


"The State encourages in rural and urban areas the formation of cooperatives for production, processing of raw materials and the entrepreneurial spirit to promote the accumulation of national capital to ensure continuous development."

Haitian Constitution ARTICLE 246


"The State has the obligation to establish the structures necessary to ensure maximum productivity of the land and domestic marketing of foodstuffs. Technical and financial management units shall be established to assist farmers at the level of each Communal section."

"No monopoly may be established to benefit the State and the territorial divisions except in the exclusive interest of society as a whole. Such a monopoly may not be granted to any private individual."

"The import of foodstuffs and their byproducts that are produced in sufficient quantity in the national territory is forbidden, except in the event of force majeure."

Haitian Constitution ARTICLES 249, 250, & 251

“Where there is no vision, the people perish: but he that keepeth the law, happy is he.”

Proverbs 29:18

Haitian Development Network at a Glance

Measuring Our Impact, Empowering Our Mission

Our organization measures success through key performance indicators such as number of individuals served, the impact of our programs on the community, and the sustainability and growth of our initiatives.

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HDN's Support

Corporate Sponsorships

We are grateful for our corporate partners who share our passion for making a difference in Haiti. As a non-profit organization, we rely on the support of corporate partners to continue this vital work.

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