Who we are

We are a non-profit organization of people from many Christian faith traditions, and cultures committed to end sexual violence and homophobia in Haiti

 

Nelson Mandela quoted about the importance of education as such:

“The power of education extends beyond the development of skills we need for economic success. It can contribute to nation-building and reconciliation. Our previous system emphasized the physical and other differences of South Africans with devastating effects. We are steadily but surely introducing education that enables our children to exploit their similarities and common goals, while appreciating the strength in their diversity.”

CUASVAHH uses his words this way:

“ The power of education extends beyond the development of skills we need for economic success. Even when economic freedom is very important in making victims less vulnerable. The proper education can contribute to nation-building and gender reconciliation. Haiti is today extremely divided in every sectors, rape is rampant and gender gaps prevalent. CUASVAHH is steadily but surely introducing education and training on sexual violence and homophobia that enable our people and most importantly our children to exploit their similarities and common goals of a non-violent society, while appreciating the strength in their diversity and harboring tolerance.”