Our Vision

Building a sustainable community with positive leaders, educators, and innovators.

 
 

The Good Samaritan Foundation of Haiti is committed to advancing education, health and welfare of the children of Ile a Vache
and Morne Tapion, Haiti

 
 
 Promoting education, local leadership, and a strong foundation for our youth.

Promoting education, local leadership, and a strong foundation for our youth.

 

Jean Phelix Joseph
Co-Founder and President,
The Good Samaritan Foundation of Haiti, Inc.

With the school now well established, and the success of our programs, GSF is living proof that small private charities can succeed, are cost-effective and have lower overheads. We continue to work with many other groups, in hopes that our symbiotic relationship can benefit all.

With our agriculture program and tree planting now underway, we hope to begin to address the rejuvenation of the island's Great Barrier Reef. We are training agronomists, nurses, teachers, and practical trades, such as plumbers, mechanics, and solar electricians. With financial sponsorship, we will be able to introduce new programs that will continue to improve the lives of the people of Ile a Vache and Morne Tapion.

 

   "Only after the last tree is cut down, the last of the water poisoned, the last animal destroyed... only then will you realize you cannot eat money." Cree Indian Prophecy     Stuart Weiss Agroecologist University of the Virgin islands Agriculture Experiment Station

"Only after the last tree is cut down, the last of the water poisoned, the last animal destroyed... only then will you realize you cannot eat money." Cree Indian Prophecy

Stuart Weiss
Agroecologist
University of the Virgin islands
Agriculture Experiment Station

Dr. Stuart Weiss has been an agronomist and agroecologist at the University of the Virgin Islands, Agricultural Experiment Station (UVI-AES) since 2003. He specializes in tropical agroecology and serves as a researcher, educator, and community developer. His work is multipsciplinary and has centered on improving small farm productivity and sustainability through applied agroecosystem principles and practices. Weiss has gained much of his knowledge from first-hand experiences living, learning, and working with diverse cultures and native peoples from throughout the Americas and then incorporates this knowledge into his research and teaching. This has provided Weiss a broad-based international network of colleagues, colaborators, and friends that he enjoys interacting with to improve the lives of diverse peoples while strengtheneing global environmental integrity.