A network of microphilanthropy that supports Middlebury students.

To better understand the struggles and successes of education in a rural community, students will travel to Anse-a-Pitre on the southern coast of Haiti to live and work at a community day school and orphanage called Ecole Anandamarga. Students will explore connections between education accessibility and poverty. This trip partners with AMURTEL, an international NGO that works to assist communities through the empowerment of women and children while honoring their customs, language, and religious beliefs. There will also be opportunities to learn about and visit other on-going projects in Anse-a-Pitre.

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Funding Details

Deadline: Jan 30, 2018
Total needed: $2,000


Leaders: Katherine Kulp ‘20 and Jack Carew ‘20

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