What is it like to take a trip to Haiti with Haiti Outreach?
We have a document for you to read that will answer many questions and tell you in detail how we conduct our group trips to Haiti. Click here to read Haiti Outreach Trip Description.
What do I need to bring with me on my trip?
Are there a lot of bugs in Haiti? Do I need to bring any materials for our work? What should I wear? Read our Haiti Trip Packing List to answer these and other questions you might have!
How will I communicate with the people there?
Haitians have two official languages – Haitian Creole and French. All Haitians speak Creole. Most of the time we will have someone with us that speaks English and Creole, but the Haitians would be pleasantly surprised if you came prepared knowing a few Creole words. Click here for a Haitian Creole Word List.
What is Haiti’s story?
We have heard the phrase “Those who don’t know history are destined to repeat it.” This definitely applies to Haiti Outreach’s work to help Haiti become a more developed country. If we do not understand their history and the challenges that they have endured, we will neither be able to understand their situation today nor be able to generate the most appropriate programs to work with them. Read more here for Haiti Information and History of Haiti.
What should I expect when staying at the Guest House?
Will we have internet and running water? Will I have a curfew? Before leaving, please review the Guest House Information to assure a happy stay!