The Genesis School in Baltimore was founded in 1963 by SOLAGE prenes "Eryes" Lite to address the lack of education in the area. Affiliated with the Assemblée de Dieu de Baltimore in 1980, the school faced difficulty sending students to state exams as it was not recognized by the Ministry of National Education. In 1992, the school changed its mission and became affiliated with the Evangelical Baptist Mission, allowing students to take public exams. The school now operates independently and offers first, second, and third cycles with a staff of 16 employees.
Parents, students, and teachers in the region face significant challenges, such as high living costs, lack of access to food and shelter, and unsatisfactory salaries.
The Genesis: The Evangelical School of Bodwen in Haiti is facing a major financial problem, resulting in decreased enrollment and negative consequences for students and teachers. Parents cannot afford to pay for school, and the school cannot afford to buy necessary supplies. As a result, many parents have withdrawn their children from school, and teachers are struggling to facilitate learning without adequate resources. The proposal is to request annual financial support to make the school free and improve the quality of education. This will help prepare responsible citizens and restore the confidence of the community.
The history of a school in Brigué called "Lekl Bon secours," which was founded in 1999/2000 with 25 students and the support of the local church.
The school began with limited resources and faced numerous challenges, such as insufficient student space and a lack of basic materials such as desks and chairs.
Despite these challenges, the school has been successful in teaching many children in their communities to read and write, and parents continue to send their children to the school.
However, the school still requires substantial assistance in terms of construction and other areas.
Leomane Lorenard founded a school in 1987 due to children being unable to attend school. The school had three teachers between 1987 and 1988 who left due to low pay. Leomane invited the author to take over school responsibilities for $15 per student in 1989. From 1992 to 1995, students were fed by bicycling to digue canteens, with CRS supplying the canteen, but the food supply was disrupted, resulting in a 120% decrease in student efficiency. Parents enrolled their children in schools with canteens or free education due to facing difficulties buying school supplies and providing snacks. There are issues with teachers' conditions, such as a lack of materials, low salaries, and difficulty hiring qualified young teachers.