"Yon sel dwet pa ka mange kalalou."

You can't eat okra with only one finger.


PAZAPA works closely with the Haitian government in order to effectively integrate with state efforts and advocate at the policy level — including BSEIPH (the Bureau of the Secretary of State for the Integration of Persons with Disabilities) and the Ministry of Education.

To inform, expand and support the team’s efforts, we've also forged productive partnerships with local organizations — like RANIPH (Réseau Associatif National Pour l'Intégration des Personnes Handicapées) and Centre d'Education Speciale — and international entities — including the Canada Fund for Local Initiatives, CBMGlobal Fund for Children and Plan International.

PAZAPA is supported by the efforts of The Siloé Project and Canadian Association Step by Step. PAZAPA's impact would not be possible without the generosity of our individual supporters and talented volunteers.