YIO proposes, creates, implements and advocates a family-based network of service that will deliver programs designed to produce self-sufficiency on the local state national and international stage. Our vast outreach shall include all phases of social engineering associated with health, professional development, and mentorships that will help people help themselves and each other.
On January of 2010, Port-au-Prince, the capital of Haiti, was devastated by a monster earthquake that literally destroyed the city claiming over 230,000 lives. We lost many of our family members and friends.
The poorest country in the western hemisphere and also one of poorest country in the world. The majority of Haiti’s 10 million population lives on less than $3 a day.
There is no Social Security
There are over 400,000 children without parents in Haiti.
1 out of 5 children will die before the age of six.
Roughly three-quarters of Haitians are either unemployed or trying to make ends meet in an informal economy and 75% of Haiti’s people live in abject poverty.