Chemen Lavi Miyò (CLM)

or "The Pathway to a Better Life" program empowers Haiti's poorest women to lift themselves out of ultra-poverty, with hope and vision for their futures.

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November 11, 2017

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About Our Members

Incoming CLM members live on the very margins of rural society in some of the most extreme poverty in Haiti. They live on less than $1 per day, have multiple children, no assets, no healthcare, and suffer from persistent hunger, with no reliable access to food.

 

Fonkoze recognizes that women in such extreme poverty need intensive support and guidance to begin climbing Fonkoze’s Staircase Out of Poverty.

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96% of CLM members successfully graduate from the program.

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How CLM Works

Using the graduation model first developed by BRAC, Fonkoze’s CLM program employs specially trained case managers to work with CLM members throughout an intensive 18-month process to help them build sustainable livelihoods and the  confidence and skills necessary to further grow them and create a better life for themselves and their families.

 

To begin, CLM provides each member with the productive assets – such as livestock or a commerce inventory – needed to start two income generating activities.  All CLM members also receive  the materials to construct a 9×9 meter home with a sturdy roof, a stable floor, and a latrine; and a

water filter.

 

Each member also receives a small cash stipend while her fledgling business grows and free healthcare in partnership with Zanmi Lasante, Partners in Health’s Haitian sister organization.

 

But the CLM case managers remain at the heart of the program. Case managers make weekly visits to every member, which often require overnight stays and hours-long hikes to reach women in Haiti’s most remote locations.

 

During their visits, CLM case managers provide each member with confidence-building, enterprise management, and life skills training. They also help each woman to successfully navigate the unique challenges she encounters throughout the process and to build a plan for her future as she moves forward. In turn, the women provide the hard work, determination and resilience to succeed.

Read Their Stories

Thousands of women have participated in our CLM program.

 

Read their stories of triumph and struggle; get to know some of the strongest, bravest and hardworking women we know!

 

Donate Today

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Copyright © 2017 Fonkoze.  All Rights Reserved.

Hot Night in Haiti 2

November 11, 2017

CTRL Collective - Los Angeles, CA

 

Learn More

Chemen Lavi Miyò (CLM)

or "The Pathway to a Better Life" program empowers Haiti's poorest women to lift themselves out of ultra-poverty with hope and vision for their futures.

»

 

About Our Members

Incoming CLM members live on the very margins of rural society in some of the most extreme poverty in Haiti. They live on less than $1 per day, have multiple children, no assets, no healthcare, and suffer from persistent hunger, with no reliable access to food.

 

Fonkoze recognizes that women in such extreme poverty need intensive support and guidance to begin climbing Fonkoze’s Staircase Out of Poverty.

save the date

hot night in Haiti 2

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96% of CLM members successfully graduate from the program.

»

How CLM Works

Using the graduation model first developed by BRAC, Fonkoze’s CLM program employs specially trained case managers to work with CLM members throughout an intensive 18-month process to help them build sustainable livelihoods and the  confidence and skills necessary to further grow them and create a better life for themselves and their families.

 

To begin, CLM provides each member with the productive assets – such as livestock or a commerce inventory – needed to start two income generating activities.  All CLM members also receive  the materials to construct a 9×9 meter home with a sturdy roof, a stable floor, and a latrine; and a water filter.

 

Each member also receives a small cash stipend while her fledgling business grows and free healthcare in partnership with Zanmi Lasante, Partners in Health’s Haitian sister organization.

 

But the CLM case managers remain at the heart of the program. Case managers make weekly visits to every member, which often require overnight stays and hours-long hikes to reach women in Haiti’s most remote locations.

 

During their visits, CLM case managers provide each member with confidence-building, enterprise management, and life skills training. They also help each woman to successfully navigate the unique challenges she encounters throughout the process and to build a plan for her future as she moves forward. In turn, the women provide the hard work, determination and resilience to succeed.

Read Their Stories

Thousands of women have participated in our CLM program.

 

Read their stories of triumph and struggle; get to know some of the strongest, bravest and hardworking women we know!

 

Donate Today

Get Updates

Learn More

Copyright © 2017 Fonkoze.  All Rights Reserved.

Hot Night in Haiti 2

November 11, 2017

CTRL Collective - Los Angeles, CA

 

Learn More

Chemen Lavi Miyò (CLM)

or "The Pathway to a Better Life" program empowers Haiti's poorest women to lift themselves out of ultra-poverty.

»

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About Our Members

Incoming CLM members live on the very margins of rural society in some of the most extreme poverty in Haiti. They live on less than $1 per day, have multiple children, no assets, no healthcare, and suffer from persistent hunger, with no reliable access to food.

 

Fonkoze recognizes that women in such extreme poverty need intensive support and guidance to begin climbing Fonkoze’s Staircase Out of Poverty.

96% of CLM members successfully graduate from the program.

How CLM Works

Using the graduation model first developed by BRAC, Fonkoze’s CLM program employs specially trained case managers to work with CLM members throughout an intensive 18-month process to help them build sustainable livelihoods and the  confidence and skills necessary to further grow them and create a better life for themselves and their families.

 

To begin, CLM provides each member with the productive assets – such as livestock or a commerce inventory – needed to start two income generating activities.  All CLM members also receive  the materials to construct a 9×9 meter home with a sturdy roof, a stable floor, and a latrine; and a water filter.

 

Each member also receives a small cash stipend while her fledgling business grows and free healthcare in partnership with Zanmi Lasante, Partners in Health’s Haitian sister organization.

 

But the CLM case managers remain at the heart of the program. Case managers make weekly visits to every member, which often require overnight stays and hours-long hikes to reach women in Haiti’s most remote locations.

 

During their visits, CLM case managers provide each member with confidence-building, enterprise management, and life skills training. They also help each woman to successfully navigate the unique challenges she encounters throughout the process and to build a plan for her future as she moves forward. In turn, the women provide the hard work, determination and resilience to succeed.

Read Their Stories

Thousands of women have participated in our CLM program.

 

Read their stories of triumph and struggle; get to know some of the strongest, bravest and hardworking women we know!

Donate Today

Get Updates

Learn More

Copyright © 2017 Fonkoze.  All Rights Reserved.

Chemen Lavi Miyò

(CLM) empowers Haiti's poorest women to rise out of poverty.

»

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About Our Members

Incoming CLM members live on the very margins of rural society in some of the most extreme poverty in Haiti. They live on less than $1 per day, have multiple children, no assets, no healthcare, and suffer from persistent hunger, with no reliable access to food.

 

Fonkoze recognizes that women in such extreme poverty need intensive support and guidance to begin climbing Fonkoze’s Staircase Out of Poverty.

How CLM Works

Using the graduation model first developed by BRAC, Fonkoze’s CLM program employs specially trained case managers to work with CLM members throughout an intensive 18-month process to help them build sustainable livelihoods and the  confidence and skills necessary to further grow them and create a better life for themselves and their families.

 

To begin, CLM provides each member with the productive assets – such as livestock or a commerce inventory – needed to start two income generating activities.  All CLM members also receive  the materials to construct a 9×9 meter home with a sturdy roof, a stable floor, and a latrine; and a water filter.

 

Each member also receives a small cash stipend while her fledgling business grows and free healthcare in partnership with Zanmi

Lasante, Partners in Health’s Haitian sister organization.

 

But the CLM case managers remain at the heart of the program. Case managers make weekly visits to every member, which often require overnight stays and hours-long hikes to reach women in Haiti’s most remote locations.

 

During their visits, CLM case managers provide each member with confidence-building, enterprise management, and life skills training. They also help each woman to successfully navigate the unique challenges she encounters throughout the process and to build a plan for her future as she moves forward. In turn, the women provide the hard work, determination and resilience to succeed.

Read Their Stories

Thousands of women have participated in our CLM program.

 

Read their stories of triumph and struggle; get to know some of the strongest, bravest and hardworking women we know!

Donate Today

Get Updates

Learn More

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