Haiti Community Building
CORE runs long–term development programs, community planning, and housing and infrastructure rehabilitation projects in the most devastated communities in Haiti that help strengthen and build back better and more resilient communities.
The School of Hope
CORE founded the School of Hope in 2015 to provide quality education for children residing in the 60,000-person displacement camp following the devastating 2010 earthquake. As the first school in Haiti to serve children with disabilities, the School of Hope continues to provide equal access to education for children from the most marginalized communities.
The University of Haiti: Faculty of Sciences Department
Funded by the Qatar Haiti Fund and the Inter-American Development Bank, CORE rebuilt classrooms and laboratory buildings at the University of Haiti: Faculty of Sciences Department that were destroyed in the 2010 earthquake, benefitting over 2,000 students, professors, and administrative staff.
Integrated Music and Arts Education
Founded on the belief that music is a transformational tool that brings about change in the lives of young people, CORE’s integrated music and arts education in Haiti trains teachers and provides technical support on instruments, music and art classes, and working with special needs children.
CORE’s dental clinic offers a selection of services for the greater community of Port-au-Prince, from basic teeth cleanings to one of Haiti’s only orthodontic clinics.