PPLA-MODI-NEW-ESPA In October 2011, Our team moved to Haiti to organize a day of tolerance and peace: A Goal for Les Cayes. The meeting took place in Les Cayes, a community southwest of Haiti, where in partnership with local organizations as the Haiti Youth Development and Education (HYDE) and Hope for Haiti, we not only donated soccer uniforms, balls and sports equipment to 10 rural schools in the neighboring town of Cavaillon but helped to coordinate a soccer annual interscholastic championship – the Championat.  Additionally, the team of President Michel Martelly and the team of United Nations Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) clashed in a friendly soccer match to celebrate the value of peace, promote teamwork and discipline in the community.

From February to May 2012 youth from schools that rely on A Goal for Les Cayes participated in the interscholastic Championat and Project Peace Latin America moved up Berette, Cavaillon (Haiti) to watch the final game. PPLA consolidated alliances with local partners, who continue to benefit these Haitian youth.

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Haiti Peace Network


(PEACE ONE DAY) Peace One Day (POD) is a global organization dedicated to raising worldwide awareness on the International Day of Peace (September 21st). It communicates with all sectors of society to encourage the peaceful observance of the day through education, music, film and sport. Through the campaign One Day One Goal, POD invites people to organize football matches to promote peace. Currently, Peace One Day is committed to achieving a Global Truce on September 21st, 2012


(HAITI YOUTH DEVELOPMENT AND EDUCATION) Haiti Youth Development and Education (HYDE) focuses on combating youth idleness through sports and culture. Under the direction of its founder, Haitian soccer player Peterson Jerome, HYDE has successfully partnered with Peace One Day to organize two soccer matches and cultural events to celebrate peace day in Haiti: Cape Haitien (2009) and Port Au Prince (2010)


The United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) was established on 1 June 2004 by Security Council resolution 1542 and succeeded a Multinational Interim Force (MIF) authorized after President Bertrand Aristide departed Haiti for exile. MINUSTAH’s original mandate was to restore a secure and stable environment, to promote the political process, to strengthen Haiti’s Government institutions and rule-of-law-structures, as well as to promote and to protect human rights. The devastating earthquake of 12 January 2010, delivered a severe blow to country’s already shaky economy and infrastructure. The Security Council endorsed the Secretary-General’s recommendation to increase the overall force levels of MINUSTAH to support the immediate recovery, reconstruction and stability efforts in the country.


(L’ATHLETIQUE D’HAITI) For the past 15 years, Haitian coach and soccer player Boby Duval and his organization L’Athletique d’Haiti have implemented an after-school program that provides opportunities to Haitian youth to develop physical and mental skills through sports and education. LADH’s vocational training program A Ganar has the support of USAID and IDB among other international organizations and Boby Duval was featured as a CNN Hero in 2007.



(HOPE FOR HAITI) Is a non-governmental organization that has been working in Haiti for the past 20 years.  Hope for Haiti is involved in diverse projects in fields as diverse as education, nutrition, healthcare, emergency relief and community development. This organization actively supports and works in over 40 schools in Haiti