IAMCP WIT is proud to partner with Harvest for Humanity to deliver our First Ever Women’s Conference in Haiti

January 5, 2019

“There are those who look at things the way they are, and ask why… I dream of things that never were, and ask why not?” Robert Kennedy

#BeBold and join us on January 5th when we carry a message of hope, inspiration and education for young girls and women in Haiti.

This first-ever event needs IAMCP WIT members from around the world to help us make this conference happen.

Conference Goals

• To let the women of Haiti know that they are not alone
• To help them gain access to knowledge, technology and people so that each individual can realize their potential
• To find and match tuition donors for girls who want to pursue STEM education at the university level

Find A Way to Give Back

Dorina is on the Path to Advance Her Education & Provide for Her Community – Will You Help?

Sponsored by Julie Lafleur

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Technology is Empowering Neissa to Strive for Further Education

Sponsored by New Signature

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Thamar Needs Two Things in Life to Succeed – Technology & Your Support

Sponsored by Movere

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The Winds of Technology are Inspiring Ghaëlle to Pursue a Life Beyond Hunger and Sadness

Sponsored by WIT UK

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Armanda is On a Mission to Help the Most Vulnerable in the World – Will You Support Her Mission?

Sponsored by Sharp Perspective

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Faviona is Breaking Down Barriers Using Technology

Sponsored by Jabra

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With a Vision Beyond Her Years, Darline Knows What Her Country and Its People Need in Order to Rebuild… Hope

Waiting for a Sponsor

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When a Lack of Funds Meant No Education, This Young Woman Cleaned Classrooms to Pay Her Own Way

Sponsored by Jeanette Hughes

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With your support, Wandalesky can achieve her goal of getting a university education so she can help others in Haiti to live better lives

Sponsored by the Bryant family

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Already Demonstrating Exceptional Leadership Skills, this Visionary Young Woman Has Plans for How Technology Can Help Shape Haiti’s Future

Waiting for a Sponsor

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Haiti Needs Our Help

Haiti ranks 168 out of 187 on the 2014 Human Development Index (UNDP 2015)

59% of the population lives on less than $2US per day (World Bank 2012)

24.7% lives in extreme poverty on less than $1.25US per day. (UNDP 2013)

Over two-thirds of the labor force do not have formal jobs. (CIA Factbook 2014)

50 percent of children do not attend school. (World Bank 2013)

Approximately 30% of children attending primary school will not make it to third grade; 60% will abandon school before sixth grade. (UNICEF 2008)

Only 29 percent of Haitians 25 and above attended secondary school. (USAID 2015)

Haiti’s literacy rate is 61% – 64% for males and 57% for females. (CIA Factbook Nov 2015) The average literacy rate for Latin American and Caribbean developing countries is 92%. (World Bank 2015)

Source: haitipartners.org/about-us/haiti-statistics/